December 10, 2019
by The Star
The New Democrats are pressing Justin Trudeau’s government to scale back a broad tax cut to free up money for a national program to ensure dental care for Canadians who can’t afford it.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Monday tabled legislation to make good on the tax break that was promised by the Liberals in the election which they say will save individuals close to $300 a year when fully implemented in 2023.
“It’s a very significant measure,” Morneau told reporters.
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