Just two days after the federal government released their budget, Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals have released the provincial budget for Ontario.

Finance Minister Charles Sousa tabled the budget, called 'Building Ontario Up' yesterday.

Key points include, $130-billion budgeted for infrastructure over 10 years, the budget projected to be balanced by 2018, there will be a 60-percent sell-off of Hydro One eanring $9 billion and annual increases on health and education will be limited to 1.9 per cent and 2 per cent respectively over the next few years.

As part of the infrastructure push, the province has pledged $272 million to support community projects in municipalities with fewer than 100,000 residents.

They are forecasting a $8.5 billion deficit after this year.

Other key points:
- $11.9 billion in 2015-16 for infrastructure projects such as highway improvements in northern Ontario.
- Car insurance discount to people who use winter tires.
- No planned tax hikes.
- $9 billion expected to be raised from the sale of 60 per cent of Hydro One, the giant electricity transmission utility, $4 billion of which will be devoted to public transit.
- $100 million a year will be raised with a new tax on all beer sold in Ontario as part of modernization plan that will allow some grocery stores to sell six-packs of beer.
- Investing $250 million over two years in a new youth jobs strategy.
- Cutting 5.5 per cent of all program expenditures except health-care and education.
- $50.8 billion for health care.
- $25.2 billion for education.
- The Ontario Student Assistance Program, which covers college and university tuition fees, will be adjusted to inflation this fall.

For more information:
Ontario 2015 budget
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