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Budget 2021

2021 Manitoba budget summary

On April 7, 2021, Finance Minister Scott Fielding tabled Manitoba’s 2021-22 budget (Budget 2021).

The estimates provided in Budget 2021 show a deficit of $2.1 billion for the 2020-21 fiscal year, which is $12 million less than the deficit projected for the same fiscal year in the previous budget.

The government announced a budget of approximately $16.7 billion with a projected deficit of $1.6 billion for fiscal year 2021-22. More than 40% of the budget, $6.98 billion, is allocated to health care spending.

The government plans to return to a balanced budget within eight years.

Business tax measures

Corporate tax rates

No changes to the corporate tax rates, or the $500,000 small business limit, are proposed.

Manitoba’s corporate tax rates for 2021 are summarized as follows:

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