Ontario budget touts transit spending, takes hard line on health

Ontario is tabling a budget that touts $130-billion in infrastructure over 10 years, while also imposing tough austerity measures on health and education and taking a hard line with public sector unions.

The Ontario Liberals’ plan would build new commuter trains, light rail lines and highway improvements, while wrestling down the deficit with a goal of balancing the books in two years.


 

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