Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland unveiled the federal budget titled A Made-in-Canada Plan: Strong Middle Class, Affordable Economy, Healthy Future on March 28 in the House of Commons. The budget contains several facets worth noting for the construction industry with a large focus on transforming the country's electricity system and other green energy initiatives.
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