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Fiscal Prospects for the Federal and Quebec Governments

By Cookey, Taba

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Book Id: WPLBN0000690987
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Title: Fiscal Prospects for the Federal and Quebec Governments  
Author: Cookey, Taba
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Language: English
Subject: Government Canada, Political science, Administration
Collections: Canada Government Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2002 Feb.
Publisher: The Conference Board of Canada

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Cookey, T. (2002 Feb.). Fiscal Prospects for the Federal and Quebec Governments. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Summary: This study projects the public accounts of the federal and Qu‚bec governments up to the year 2019-2020. While the Qu‚bec government will post an annual average deficit of $3 billion over the forecast period, the budget surplus of the Government of Canada will reach $87.8 billion in 2019-2020. Given the rapid aging of the population, health care spending will account for 43.2 per cent of the Qu‚bec government?s budgetary revenues in 2019-2020, compared with 31.6% in 2000-2001. Slower growth in education spending will not offset the rapid increase in health care spending. Overall, the rate of growth in spending will exceed that of revenues.

 

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