Budget 2014: Full coverage

Budget 2014: Full coverage

Keith Gosse

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador brought down its budget March 27. The Telegram provided full coverage.

Big-deficit budget promises benefits for everybody

March 28, 2014 - 4 h 36

The provincial government will bring in full-day kindergarten starting in September 2016, it will replace student loans with non-repayable grants for post-secondary students, and there will be tax cuts,...

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Big-deficit budget promises benefits for everybody

N.L. government moving into venture capital

March 28, 2014 - 4 h 34

“The fund wasn’t being used. We couldn’t seem to make it happen with $15 million. I think the most we ever got out the door is $5 million, but it averaged four or five million,” said Terry French,...

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N.L. government moving into venture capital

Province scrapping student loans for grants

March 28, 2014 - 4 h 32

The province is also continuing the freeze on post-secondary tuition in publicly funded institutions — Memorial University and the College of the North Atlantic.

Provincial student loans account...

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Initiatives in budget aimed at boosting fishing industry

March 27, 2014 - 17 h 08

The agreement is expected to virtually eliminate barriers to the export of Newfoundland and Labrador seafood into the largest seafood market in the world.

“We are investing more than $9.7 million...

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