Ford government urged to tackle deficit, but not necessarily by slashing spending - 2019-04-05

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F182.png Ford government urged to tackle deficit, but not necessarily by slashing spending April 5, 2019, Mike Crawley, CBC News

Premier Doug Ford's government is getting a wide range of suggestions for how to reduce its $13.5 billion deficit, as it prepares to table its first budget next week.

There's some common ground on this issue in two documents coming from different spots on the political spectrum.

The left-leaning Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) is telling Ford's PCs that they have options beyond making deep spending cuts.

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