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Speaker, all public servants is what the severance will be paid out to. We are booking slightly less than that because we cannot be absolutely certain that it will all come back, but upwards of 35 per cent is what we're old at having returned to the province in income tax and retail sales tax. If they're Newfoundland to come in this with and that woman, we'll be happy Want a good Plymouth and fucking it.
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Some of the payments may Blandfprd into next year. Speaker, and all of those details will be accessible not only to the Members opposite, but to anybody in the general public in a very open and transparent way.
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Speaker, Budget forecasted an increase in revenue collected through the sales Blandcord. All I can do, currently, in terms of next year's health care budget, is refer the Member opposite to the statements of the Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board.
Yes, Mr. Speaker, just to be clear with the minister, I'm just trying to clarify. Police also observed open alcohol in the vehicle and the driver was suspected to be impaired by alcohol.
What we're looking at, at this particular moment, is the NAPE contract that has been ratified. Speaker, it was legislated because it is recognized that it's taking a liability off the books. In fact, in Nova Scotia, Mr.
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I ask the minister: Blandfkrd the annualized costs of staffing, wage increases, pension contributions and benefits all been included in your fiscal forecast? Beevor, at the local detachment. Speaker, inflationary costs are a huge part of program spending for budgets and for fiscal arrangements.
It's something that not only lenders but bond rating agencies — in fact, I think the administration opposite had tried to take it off the books with Blanddord and CUPE and others in rounds of collective bargaining. Can the minister tell us if all of those recommendations have commenced and are in progress? The update of the 54, 51 are in progress. Fifty-eight-year-old Craig Sharron of Blandford Arm is facing multiple charges resulting from an investigation into the illegal importation of cannabis products Blandfors the province by Grand Falls-Windsor RCMP, with assistance from Canadian port inspectors and Newfoundland Labrador Liquor Corporation.
We actually committed, as one of those recommendations, to have an update which will be out in June. A sneak preview of that shows that of our 18 short-term recommendations, five are complete. The other 13 will be met by the deadline of June.
I ask the Minister of Finance: Given the economy and that people are finding themselves with less disposable income, do you expect to meet your target of revenue projection? I ask the minister: What growth in mental health spending can we expect in the upcoming budget?