Since implementing Canada’s Economic Action Plan during the global recession in 2009, Canada has achieved the best job creation record, the strongest income growth, and one of the best economic performances in the G-7.
Economic Action Plan 2014 (EAP14) builds on this record of achievement with positive measures to grow the economy and help create jobs.
The Government is on track to balance the budget while keeping taxes low and protecting the programs and services Canadians count on. The deficit is expected to decline to $2.9 billion in 2014-15.
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The Canadian economy has continued to create jobs, with more Canadians working today than during the worst part of the recession. EAP14 continues to support jobs and growth by connecting Canadians with available jobs, strengthening Canada’s labour market and investing in the workforce of tomorrow. [More. . .]
With EAP14, the Government continues to support families and communities by keeping taxes low, putting consumers first, protecting Canadians’ health and safety, and making communities more resilient in the face of natural disasters. The Government is committed to keeping taxes low while improving the quality of life for hard-working Canadian families. [More. . .]