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One budget, two reviews

Most New Brunswickers will be paying more to the provincial government starting this summer. Finance minister Blaine Higgs has announced a new budget with higher corporate taxes and personal income taxes.

Thumbs up: Susan Holt is president and CEO of the New Brunswick Business Council.

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The budget also includes a cap on fee for service doctors.

Thumbs down: Anthony Knight is CEO of the New Brunswick Medical Society.

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