Today was Budget Day in Canada. The Trudeau government booked in billions of dollars in new costs which will give us a 10 billion dollar increase in the deficit to 40.1 billion dollars. The newly tabled budget, called the Made In Canada Plan, includes 46.2 billion for health-care, 13 billion for expanding the federal dental plan, 80 billion on clean tech investments and helping low income Canadians cope with inflation. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says a one-time grocery rebate will be issued to help close to 11-million lower-income Canadians. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, says the help is good for the short term but Canadians will pay for it in the long term.