Nunavut’s finance minister predicts $2.4 billion in government revenue

George Hickes delivers territorial budget amid pandemic-related challenges

The Government of Nunavut is in good financial shape despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, says Finance Minister George Hickes, who presented the territorial government’s budget for 2021-22 Tuesday afternoon in the legislature. Hickes forecast almost $2.4 billion in revenue for the coming fiscal year. (Photo by Dustin Patar)

By Nunatsiaq News

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(5) Comments:

  1. Posted by Language Games on

    Is ‘revenue’ the word we are looking for here?

    • Posted by The Old Trapper on

      aka Federal Transfer Payments

  2. Posted by Nick on

    WOW! 2.4 BILLION! I thought NTI had money.

  3. Posted by ian on

    The two words that sum it up is Welfare State,and we need more,

    • Posted by ChesLey on

      With a capital I, Ian. Book keeper by nature. In case anyone had missed it, the presses are smoking hot printing money. 40% of the U.S. currency +/- in circulation has been issued in the last year. But who’s counting a few trillion here or there. Unfortunately, we do not live in our own bubble up here in Canada.

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