Canada's 2014 federal budget: Laying a foundation for the next election
Despite headline-grabbing initiatives, the bottom line of the Canadian federal budget delivered by Finance Minister Flaherty today comes down to a continued focus on Canadians as income earners and consumers, with social infrastructure taking a back seat to physical infrastructure.
Read Ray Pennings' full report here.
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