Nov 19, 2015

By Bob Komsic

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Finance Minister Bill Morneau is following through on a promise to provide update on the state of the economy and on the public finances.
It’ll be the first time the government’s opened the books to Canadians since taking power from the Harper Conservatives.
The Finance Department points out the update will not include measures the Liberals promised during the election.
Treasury Board President Scott Brison recently suggested the government might have to make adjustments to keep their promises because the Tories didn’t leave much in the cupboard.
Trudeau’s Liberals promised to keep deficits at no more than $10-billion a year over the next three years and still balance the books before the next election.
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