Sunday, 1st April 2012
Canada: Economic Action Plan 2012
Source: Finance Canada
From the news release:
The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today tabled Economic Action Plan 2012, a comprehensive agenda to bolster Canada’s long-term economic strengths and promote job growth.
“In this budget, our Government is looking ahead not only over the next few years but also over the next generation,” said Minister Flaherty. “The reforms we present today are substantial, responsible and necessary. They will ensure that all across government we are focused on enabling and sustaining Canada’s long-term economic growth.”
Economic Action Plan 2012 takes important steps to address the challenges and help take advantage of the opportunities of the global economy, while ensuring sustainable social programs and sound public finances for future generations.
+ Link to the full report (PDF; 4.7 MB) or HTML version
+ Link to the Budget in Brief (PDF; 538 KB) or HTML version
+ Link to Budget 2012 website for related documents
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