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Ontario Fall Economic Statement

Published on
November 6, 2019

Ontario Finance Minister Rod Phillips tabled his first and the Ford Government’s second Fall Economic Statement on November 6, 2019. It is one of the highlights of the abbreviated fall session of the Legislature, which resumed sitting on October 28th and is scheduled to recess again on December 12th.

By way of reminder, the Fall Economic Statement is the government’s mid-year report on the province’s finances. The fiscal year begins on April 1st, so the report today is to publicly disclose where Ontario is at as of September 30th, as well as providing guidance for the second half of the fiscal year. Over time, these events have evolved into what some call “mini-budgets”, as provincial and federal governments have developed the practice of making new, budget-like announcements midway through the fiscal year.

Please click here to download our report and analysis.

Joseph Ragusa
Principal
A founding partner of Sussex, Joseph has been a Principal at the firm since its inception in 1998. With over 30 years of experience in government, consulting, and politics, Joseph has particular strength in policy development and government process, with an acute talent for assessing political dynamics. Joseph employs his experience, his relationships with stakeholders and government officials, and his reputation in pursuit of his clients’ government relations objectives. Joseph leads the Sussex provincial government relations practice.
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