Infographic: Budget 2017 - Infrastructure

The 2016 Fall Economic Statement outlined plans to spend more than $180 billion on infrastructure over 12 years. CPA Canada believes these investments must be devoted to productivity-enhancing infrastructure that improves Canada's competitiveness.

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Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) annually offers its views on priorities for the federal budget. Review past submissions of pre-budget briefs and consultations, and post-budget release opinions and commentary.

What does the 2017 federal budget have in store for you? Find expert opinion and commentary in CPA Canada's budget brief.

CPA Canada is encouraged by government initiatives that support developing the skills needed for a modern, innovation-driven economy. Technical skills and sophisticated business management skills are important for moving Canadian businesses forward.

The 2016 Fall Economic Statement outlined plans to spend more than $180 billion on infrastructure over 12 years. CPA Canada believes these investments must be devoted to productivity-enhancing infrastructure that improves Canada's competitiveness.

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