Cheatsheet: 23 important and under-the-radar highlights from Budget 2023

The social impact sector was barely mentioned in Budget 2023, but the Liberals’ latest fiscal plan promised spending on a multitude of issues for the social impact sector

Why It Matters

Budget 2023 sets the Canadian government’s funding priorities for years to come. Organizational leaders must understand the budget’s impact on their work to devise effective programming, outreach, and fundraising campaigns.

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