Federal Budget Day, March 29, 2012
FEDERAL BUDGET COVERAGE AND HOW IT AFFECTS YOU
Starting at 3 p.m.
Thursday, March 29
The federal budget affects each of us, but in what way? CBC NEWS
will air a live BUDGET SPECIAL WITH PETER MANSBRIDGE (@petermansbridge
with coverage of the budget speech and special reports from inside the House of Commons foyer, as well as comment from Evan Solomon starting at 3:00 p.m.
On Thursday evening after the budget is announced, get an innovative look at what the numbers mean for you. Check out our main page
for a special feature with interactive reactions from Manitobans, and on Friday, you'll find a special budget comparison tool.
Watch CBC NEWS WINNIPEG AT 5, 5:30 & 6
as key community leaders comment live on their analysis and reactions to the budget.
Listen to CBC Radio One for a BUDGET SPECIAL at 3 p.m. with Alison Smith live from Parliament Hill. Larry Updike follows with live local feedback to the Federal budget in a special budget edition of UP TO SPEED
On Friday morning, INFORMATION RADIO
on CBC Radio One visits a downtown visits a breakfast joint to hear how the federal budget is affecting Winnipeggers.
The news you want, how you want it, when you want it.
Full coverage of the budget and how it affects you begins at 1 p.m. CDT with a live blog and streaming video of CBC News Network
's pre-budget special, followed by the budget speech, CBC.ca/politics' Kady O'Malley (@kady
) live-blogging reaction from Parliament Hill, expert analysis, reaction and reader comments. CBCNews.ca
will post detailed coverage of the budget's key points as soon as it is released, at 3 p.m. CDT.CBC News Network and CBC Television
All of your Budget Day coverage begins at 5 a.m. CDT on CBC News Network. Interviews and special reports throughout the day will set the stage.POWER & POLITICS WITH EVAN SOLOMON
(#PnP) at 1 p.m. CDT on CBC News Network: Evan Solomon (@evansolomoncbc
) hosts a special pre-budget show live from the foyer of the House of Commons, with contributions from Rosemary Barton (@rosiebarton
). Plus, during the broadcast, Canadians can join the conversation with CBC News on Twitter. Offer your opinions, analysis and reaction--right along with our journalists, guests and experts--and be part of CBC News's coverage in real time, as we broadcast your tweets and responses live. Viewers can also participate through our "ballot box"--weigh in on the big questions of the day, online
, on Facebook
or using your smartphone to scan our QR code directly off of the TV screen.THE LANG & O'LEARY EXCHANGE
at 6 p.m. CDT on CBC News Network: Amanda Lang (@amandalang_cbc
) and Kevin O'Leary (@kevinolearytv
) will continue the budget coverage from the business perspective.CONNECT WITH MARK KELLEY
at 7 p.m. CDT on CBC News Network: As Canada enters an era of cutbacks and austerity, Mark Kelley (@cbcmarkkelley
) talks to Canadians about how prepared they are for this new reality - The psychology of austerity.THE NATIONAL
with Peter Mansbridge at 8 and 10 p.m. CDT on CBC News Network and 9 p.m. CDT on CBC Television: brings you full budget coverage and analysis including the At Issue Panel.CBC Radio One
Alison Smith hosts THE WORLD AT SIX
from Ottawa, with full budget analysis and reaction at 5 p.m. CDT.Twitter & Facebook
Follow CBC News journalists and Parliamentary Bureau (@cbcpolitics
) on Twitter throughout the day for news, comment and reaction
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