WINNIPEG - The Pallister government is dipping into its rainy day fund so it can help businesses get through the pandemic.
Finance minister Scott Fielding says $215 million is being withdrawn.
The governing Conservatives have built the fund up to about $800 million since 2016.
Fielding will table a new budget next week which will include more details on the help for business and a $2 billion deficit for this fiscal year.
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