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Peter Bethlenfalvy unveiled the province's budget with an eye to balancing it during some extraordinary financial times. The document outlines plans to get inflation back to its ideal target of 2 per cent and return to a surplus by 2025, but will it happen? If a recession hits, will Ontario be prepared? We also dig into health care spending, the biggest ticket item in the document.
Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault and Doug Ford are at loggerheads over plans to develop around Rouge National Urban Park. We explain the federal act that's preventing development from going ahead.
Merrilee Fullerton, the MPP for Kanata-Carelton and Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, has resigned. Michael Parsa, will take over. We look at the ramifications of this resignation.
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