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MNI: Canada 2021-22 Budget Deficit Below Projection at CAD96B

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MNI: Canada 2021-22 Budget Deficit Below Projection at CAD96B

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Canada's budget deficit for the fiscal year ending-March '22 was CAD96 billion according to the Finance Department's monthly report published Friday, less than the government's projection of CAD114 billion.

The deficit improved from CAD314 billion the previous year on the economic rebound from Covid and the winding down of support programs. Revenue climbed 33% to CAD397 billion and program spending declined 21% to CAD457 billion. The monthly figures are revised later in the year in a more formal accounting.

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Canada's budget deficit for the fiscal year ending-March '22 was CAD96 billion according to the Finance Department's monthly report published Friday, less than the government's projection of CAD114 billion.

The deficit improved from CAD314 billion the previous year on the economic rebound from Covid and the winding down of support programs. Revenue climbed 33% to CAD397 billion and program spending declined 21% to CAD457 billion. The monthly figures are revised later in the year in a more formal accounting.

Keep reading...Show less