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Canada Launches Pre-Budget Consultations

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-news.com, Washington

27 September 2016


The Canadian Finance Department has launched pre-Budget consultations, and said it is committed to the notion of "an economy that works for the middle class."

The aim of the consultation is to ask Canadians "to share their ideas on how to strengthen the middle class and ensure Canada is well positioned in the global economy of tomorrow."

Finance Minister Bill Morneau and his Parliamentary Secretary Francois-Philippe Champagne will travel across the economy in the coming weeks to meet with stakeholders and members of the public. The Finance Department said that the consultations will complement the work of the Government's Advisory Council on Economic Growth.

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