For the eighth consecutive fiscal year,
booming Canada wound up with a budget surplus. The 1954-55 budget,
presented to Parliament last week, reported a $10 million surplus from
last year. That was the smallest since 1946, too small to permit any
income-tax cuts, but still big enough to keep Canada in the select
group of countries currently operating in the black.
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