Doug Ford’s 2019 Ontario budget promises balance by 2023–2024 as spending climbs higher

Doug Ford’s 2019 Ontario budget promises balance by 2023–2024 as spending climbs higher

Provincial budget outlines $9.2 billion deficit, $16.5 billion net debt increase

Provincial budget outlines $9.2 billion deficit, $16.5 billion net debt increase

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