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Highlights from the 2018 provincial budget

Published by CME Manitoba on March 16, 2018

This article was published in Winnipeg Free Press by Jessica Botelho-Urbanski and Graeme Bruce on March 12, 2018

PC government reveals next steps in its quest to balance the books.

The Pallister government is cutting income taxes and small business taxes and effectively using revenues from a federally mandated carbon tax, which kicks in Sept. 1, to pay for them.

"We are keeping the promises we made to Manitobans," Finance Minister Cameron Friesen said in his budget speech.

"We’re fixing our finances, so that Manitobans will have greater stability. We’re repairing our services, so that Manitobans will have greater security. And we are rebuilding our economy, so that Manitobans will have greater opportunity."

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