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Vecchio Has Serious Concerns for Canadian Families After Tabling of Budget 2017

March 22 2017 - Ottawa, ON – Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London and Official Opposition Critic for Families, Children and Social Development, has serious concerns for Canadian Families with the Tabling of Budget 2017 in the House of Commons.

Canadians were hoping for a better outcome from the Liberal budget announced today. At a time when Liberals are making life more expensive, the Prime Minister could have offered lower taxes and a job creation plan that actually works. Instead, Canadians are getting nickel-and-dimed by this Prime Minister so he can continue to fund flawed Liberal ideas.

"This Liberal Government has lost control over public spending. They committed to run a minor deficit but with this budget, the deficit will be $28.5 billion this year," said Vecchio. "It is our children and grandchildren will be paying for this budget long into their adulthood."

Sadly, many programs announced in Budget 2017 won't help the vast majority of Canadian workers and businesses who now face much more intense competition from a low-cost, low-tax United States. Canadians deserve solutions to the challenges they face right now, not expensive programs for years down the road.

Conservative will continue to be the voice of the taxpayer and we will not stay silent while Justin Trudeau nickel-and-dimes Canadians.

To View Vecchio's Post Budget Video, please visit:

Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2017 16:52:15 PM EST

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