Sussex Adrenaline is supporting Prostate Cancer Canada's "Plaid for Dad" campaign. Join us, and thousands of Canadians, and wear Plaid for Dad on June 17th in support of Prostate Cancer Canada.
Learn more
Sussex is proud to be both agency of record and a sponsor for World Refugee Day 2016. Find out how you can help us save lives together on June 20th.
Learn more

Federal Budget 2021: A Liberal Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience

Published on
April 20, 2021

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland today released the federal government’s 2021 Budget in the House of Commons. Titled A Recovery Plan for Jobs, Growth, and Resilience, the plan aims to support Canadian families and businesses during the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, layout a strategy for a post-pandemic economic recovery, and act as a blueprint for a Liberal campaign platform ahead of a potential 2021 federal election.

The government signaled in the 2020 Fall Economic Statement that it would spend significantly to achieve these goals. Budget 2021 aligns with that plan, announcing up to $100 billion over three years in new spending to support Canada’s economic recovery. All this new spending will lead to a projected 2020-21 deficit of $354 billion.

Read our team's full analysis here.

No items found.