How to follow CBC's coverage of Quebec's 2020 budget

Quebec Finance Eric Girard will deliver the provincial budget at the National Assembly on Tuesday. Here's how you can follow along.

Finance Minister Eric Girard will table the CAQ's provincial budget today

Quebec Finance Minister Eric Girard and Isabelle Charest, a former speedskating Olympian and Quebec's junior education minister and minister responsible for the status of women, went for a skate Monday in Quebec City ahead of the provincial budget. (Jacques Boissinot/The Canadian Press)

Quebec Finance Eric Girard will deliver the provincial budget Tuesday at the National Assembly.

It's the second from the Coalition Avenir Québec government, and comes amid growing worries the coronavirus outbreak will wreak havoc on the global economy. 

Here's how you can follow CBC News coverage of the budget on radio, television and online at and Facebook.


We will have full coverage online at after the budget is tabled, shortly after 4 p.m. ET

We will also share the budget's highlights and what it means for you on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Check back Wednesday morning for analysis from political reporter Jonathan Montpetit, who will take a closer look at the government's plans.


4 p.m. ET — Tune in to CBC Radio One for special budget coverage, reaction and analysis with host Shawn Lyons. Then catch our regional radio newscasts with Joanne Bayly at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. 

Friday, 5:30 a.m. ET You can catch reaction to the budget and more analysis on Friday morning, on CBC's Daybreak and Quebec A.M.


6 p.m. ET — We will have full coverage on CBC Montreal News at 6 with host Debra Arbec, National Assembly reporter Cathy Senay and analysis from Marie-Soleil Tremblay, who teaches finance and governance at Quebec City's École Nationale d'Administration Publique (ENAP).

11 p.m. ET — Anchor Nancy Wood will bring you more coverage and analysis of the budget on CBC Montreal News at 11.


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