Finance Minister Joe Oliver's fiscal plan has appealed to some, while other groups joined opposition leaders in voicing their criticism. Here's a selection of quotes about the federal budget tabled in the House of Commons on Tuesday. More
Finance Minister Joe Oliver has managed to keep the Conservatives' 2011 election promise to return Canada to a surplus in 2015 with a federal budget that has the government spending $1.4 billion less than it takes in – despite a spate of pre-election tax cuts announced last fall. More read comments video
Finance Minister Joe Oliver has tabled his first federal budget in the House of Commons. Here's a look at the budget's key themes. More video
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Provincial Elections 2015
- Jim Prentice's campaign bus crashes with security team's SUV
- PC Leader Jim Prentice and eight other passengers were not injured this afternoon after the campaign bus they were riding in was rear-ended by an SUV belonging to his security team.
- Alberta election: Nenshi says flood protection should be an issue
- Calgary's mayor is growing more concerned about the lack of clarity on flood mitigation projects to protect the city.
- NDP would restore STEP to create student summer jobs
- The NDP would restore funding for STEP, the summer temporary employment program, by investing $10 million annually to create about 3,000 jobs for students, Rachel Notley said Tuesday.
- PCs want to work collaboratively with primary industries
- The Progressive Conservatives promise to work collaboratively with P.E.I.'s primary industries — tourism, agriculture and fisheries — to ensure growth, if elected May 4.
- Blog Candidates trump policies for P.E.I. voters
- CBC reporter Angela Walker continues her District Dash, this time speaking to voters in Rustico, Wellington, Summerside and Cornwall.
- Veterans need more respect from government, says NDP leader
- NDP Leader Mike Redmond is criticizing the federal government's treatment of veterans.