Archive: Ernie Eves on the '96 budget

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"Budget '96"; Most of the focus about this budget has been on the 30% tax cut. But a closer look at the budget shows the Tories are banking hard on small business to create those jobs. Now that the dust has settled a bit, we thought it might be good to get the finance minister back in here to talk about that, and some of the other reaction to the budget. Ernie Eves joins the round table with Jane Pepino, Patrick Gossage and Hugh Mackenzie
May 10, 1996
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