Nova Scotia posts a surplus but it’s not nearly out of the woods

In a fiscal feat that bucked the national trend, Nova Scotia this spring presented a budget that with total spending of $10.1 billion, projected a small surplus of $17.1 million for the 2016-17 fiscal year and subsequent surpluses until 2019-20.  As a share of GDP, the surplus is tiny—well under

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