Minister Fraser highlights Budget 2023 commitments to provide a new grocery rebate for Canadians

April 3, 2023—Calgary—The Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Refugees, was in Calgary, Alberta today to highlight Budget 2023 commitments to provide a new grocery rebate for Canadians who need it most.

To make life more affordable, Budget 2023 delivers the new Grocery Rebate, offering targeted inflation relief for 11 million low- and modest-income Canadians and families who need it most, with up to an additional $467 for eligible couples with children; an additional $234 for single Canadians without children; and an additional $225 for seniors, on average. The Government of Canada is also taking action to crack down on junk fees and predatory lending, lower credit card transaction fees for small businesses, and help Canadians keep more money in their pockets.

With a responsible fiscal plan that will see Canada maintain the lowest deficit and the lowest net debt-to-GDP ratio in the G7, Budget 2023 will help to build a Canada that is more secure, more sustainable, and more affordable for people from coast to coast to coast.

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