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Federal Budget As many Federal ministries and agencies lurch into an era of running without funds they are spending less and less time searching for a compromise to balance the budget and more and more time deciding how to use it to their advantage on the campaign trail Meanwhile services for Canadians are becoming inadequate and in some cases demolished In an attempt to change this the Jean Chretien Governments recent budget plan chiefly funded the crisis in our health care system Merely for the funding of health care and other socially friendly services Paul Martins federal budget seems to be a left wing but other fundings like that of productivity and the military makes it a combination of a left wing and a right wing budget So finally after a pain-staking crisis in our health care system the Government decided to make an immediate payoff to the provinces Ottawa funded the provinces a total of 35 billion thats being put into the Canada Health and Social Transfer CHST from this years budget The money can be used by the provinces over the next three years Its expected that 2 billion will be spent in this year alone The government will also increase the yearly amount put into CHST After five years the yearly transfer will be 15 billion Thats an increase from the current level of 125 billion which Ottawa is now guaranteeing as a minimum In total the provinces will receive 16 billion more from Ottawa than they thought they were to get last October The money can be used as the provinces choose with strings attached It may sound like a lot but by the time the increases are in place the transfer will still be below the nearly 19 billion that was transferred in the 1993-94 fiscal year Also this money doesnt mean that lineups in emergency wards across the country will suddenly be eliminated As Paul
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