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Ontario voted for budget cuts, but which ones?
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Ontario voted for budget cuts, but which ones? 

Doug Ford defeated the Liberals to become Ontario’s Premier in a landslide victory, with a promise that he would deflate the province’s ballooning debt. It all sounds logical, except, Ford’s cuts are making things more difficult for the most vulnerable.

The Liberal government had been in power from 2003 to 2018. According to the Ontario Finance Authority, the province’s debt aggrandized from $132.6 billion in 2003 to $348.8 billion in 2018. That’s an extra $216.2 billion dollars in debt or an average of $14.4 billion per annum. 

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