Regional mp says feder에스엠 카지노al pokies plan will hurt economy
OTTAWA — Ontario’s financial regulator said Monday it’s not expecting more pokies on the books after the federal government announced it would cap the total amount pokies issued.
The Liberal government on Monday announced the cap will increase to $5 billion in 2020 and $25 billion in 2030.
“We’re looking forward to seeing more funding for the province. We certainly know that in certain region모바일카지노s, for example the Maritime provinces, you have pokies that are going to run out,” said Scott Brison, chair of the Ontario Securities Commission.
“If we had a surplus in our resources we certainly don’t expect the government to issue more,” Brison said.
The commission is now hoping to get more money from new federal programs that it will fund through a new sales tax to raise money for public works projects in the region.
Bris우리카지노쿠폰on says the changes will impact some areas that aren’t even close to being impacted, such as rural Ontario.
The government says those regions that have seen higher pokies, such as the region of Sudbury, won’t face a price freeze.
But the MP who represents those areas says that isn’t quite accurate, as they could face higher prices for some of the other products.
“I know it’s a complicated discussion, but it’s an effective approach that we’re seeking. If we can’t find a way to ensure that we do not have a price freeze, the federal government is making it very, very difficult for us to continue to collect the provincial sales tax,” said Pat Martin of Sudbury.
It is estimated the Liberal government will generate an additional $25 billion from the cap.
The federal finance ministers on Monday made it clear they don’t like it.
“They’ve taken a step backwards in terms of the progress they’ve made with our provinces, and so they continue to want to get involved in their own little, little bit of provincial affairs as their own private company. And we believe that that should be done at a separate time,” said the finance ministers when addressing Ontario’s minister.
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa says he and his government continue to support a provincial sales tax as a method to encourage consumers and businesses to choose local products.