Latest fiscal monitor numbers released.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau's office says the public will have its say later.
Finance minister says the housing market is "sound."
By policy-making standards, anyway.
"I think we have reached a balanced approach to setting the objectives that were set out."
But a large minority worries the economy can't take it.
Rick Madonik via Getty Images
A great many people in their 30s and 40s don't expect the Canada Pension Plan to be of much help in their retirement.
A deal requires the consent of seven of the 10 provinces with two-thirds of Canada's population.
Shutterstock / Africa Studio
Canada is spending way less on public pensions than many other rich nations.
There will be a lot on the line for Canadian workers and business owners. But it's not too late to put the brakes on a proposal that will destroy jobs, hold back wages and even push some businesses over the edge in years to come.
Bernard Weil via Getty Images
Canadian companies in the U.K. thought they'd set up shop in the EU.
Politics aside, the concept behind infrastructure spending in theory makes sense: with interest rates near all-time lows and little expectation of them going up in the short term, now is probably as a good a time as any to borrow money and put it to work.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters
Two other Canadians are joining them.
Trump’s “risky economic policies” could hurt the U.S. economy, forcing the country’s interest rates to stay low for longer.
Patrick Doyle / Reuters
MP Blaine Calkins says the Liberals can't seem to help themselves when it comes to spending.
At least two more regions could meet the requirements next month if their unemployment rates do not drop significantly.
Chris Wattie / Reuters
Spring budget had projected the deficit to be $5.4-billion.
Paul Chiasson/Canadian Press
The Trudeau government's first budget offered hope but little change on increasing the CPP in our lifetime. After extolling the virtues of the Canada Pension Plan, we're told that the finance ministers talked about enhancing the CPP last December and set a goal of making a collective decision before the end of 2016.
The idea was put forward by Quebec's massive public pension fund manager.
Morneau described the experience as "terrifying."
And New Democrats charge the government's budget bill is omnibus legislation.
The Canadian Press
Important details are missing.
The finance minister was also asked how he sleeps at night.
Tories maintain they left things in the black.
He said the government's move to invest $8.4 billion in the country's aboriginal population over the next five years will profoundly change the situation.
Including highways, rail lines, and ports.
The Canadian Press
The PBO is more optimistic about economic growth than the Liberals.
The Parliamentary Budget Officer had some good news for Conservatives Tuesday.
Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the motion Monday.
"I think a different mix of policies would be more favourable for the world."
TORONTO — The International Monetary Fund is lowering its economic growth projections for Canada and the world. Slowing growth in global oil exports, low crude prices and weak demand for non-oil commo...
But finance department officials said the government could still find a need to advertise aspects of the budget later on.