WINNIPEG - It's budget day in Manitoba and the Pallister government is expected to focus on the pandemic.
In fact, finance minister Scott Fielding has already announced $1.2 billion for COVID-19.
He's expected to unveil supports for business today and other sectors that have been hurt by coronavirus.
Fielding is predicting a $1.6 billion deficit for the province.
The provincial government is also promising to follow through on its pledge to phase out the education tax on property.