Andrew Scheer, the conservative leader of the Canadian Conservative Party, plans to stop the pledge to keep the budget balance within two years of the election, saying that the Liberal government of Justin Trudeau can not do so responsibly.
In an economic policy speech at a Canadian club in Vancouver, British Columbia, CBC promised that Shared would make a balanced budget, but it was confirmed within two and a half to five years.
"For the past three years, Trudo has created a much bigger budget than I thought … everything made it impossible to balance the budget instantly and responsibly," he said in an interview with Reuters. He said.
"Even the most optimistic plan is that the Liberal Party will not balance the budget for another 20 years … but if the Canadians choose the Conservative government this fall, we will balance the budget in about a quarter of the time," Read.
Scheer (40 years old) is challenging Trudeau in national elections set for October. And the polls show he is holding some clues. In recent weeks, she began to outline foreign economic policies.
In 2015, Trudeau promised to keep this year's budget balanced, but he did not. But despite the deficit, Canadian net debt to GDP ratios are now lower than G7 competitors and debt. Production share is expected to decline in the next few years from about 31% now.