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TORONTO, March 1 /CNW/ - As Canada's economy continues its slow recovery, all eyes are on Ottawa to see how the federal budget will work to keep the momentum going.
While the federal government says not to expect any extravagant spending or significant new tax measures in the upcoming budget, it has hinted at some small new initiatives. Big or small, these changes will impact Canadian businesses, industries and households.
Ernst & Young's tax professionals can help answer your budget questions, and explain what the changes mean from a tax perspective. Our professionals can also break the budget down by industry.
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