Working People's Concerns Remain After Budget Speech

 

Working people across the province are concerned that a number of key priorities were not addressed in the latest provincial budget. The budget allocations for post-secondary education, childcare, and pensions, for example, remain completely inadequate. The underfunding of working people’s priorities notwithstanding, perhaps the most disconcerting elements of yesterday’s budget speech were the Finance Minister’s pledges to reduce royalty rates on uranium and to enter into costly public-private partnership agreements (P3s).

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