March 29, 2022
Finance Minister Allan MacMaster tabled the 2022/2023 Nova Scotia provincial budget on March 29, 2022.
The budget projects a deficit of $506.2 million for the upcoming 2022/2023 fiscal year, decreasing to $418.8 million for 2023/2024 and $377.3 million for 2024/2025. The forecast surplus for the almost completed 2021/2022 fiscal year now stands at $107.7 million, compared to a projected deficit of $584.9 million.Read more here.
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