2022 Manitoba Budget

Manitoba’s Budget 2022: Recover Together – Strengthen. Invest. Build. is the last of the Western Canadian budgets to be introduced this fiscal year. Budget 2022, tabled by Minister of Finance Cameron Friesen earlier today, positions Manitoba for a strong path to recovery with a focus on strengthening health care, making life more affordable, building the economy, investing in communities, and protecting the environment.

Manitobans saw a $854 million increase in revenue compared to budget 2021 due to government business enterprises and a $455 million increase in federal transfers. Homeowners will also be happy to see an average of $1,355 over two years in savings through the Education Property Tax Rebate, putting money back in the pockets of Manitobans.

Enterprise’s Western Canada team has what you need to know about Manitoba Budget 2022.

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