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Fraser confident budget will stay in black as Liberals set aside money for transit
New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant has been assured by the New Democrats that he will continue to get funding to the province.
The Liberals put their hand up for a federal funding formula and now are making the case that the NDP plan would make things more difficult.
"I want to commend the Premier on the excellent work of the New Democrats. They know how to make a positive difference to the province," said Gallant.
"I was confident that my budget would stay in the black, despite the circumstances that we're in today."
Gallant says the NDP was "very reasonable" when they made a recommendation and he has been assured by the New Democrats that if the province wants to keep their own government, they will make sure he gets his way.
"We feel the decision to put our hand up would make it absolutely clear that we're prepared to go into the budget with the money we have in our province," said Gallant.
'I'm a fiscal conservative, I'm a fiscal believer'
Gallant says the NDP are also committed to being a fiscal conservative, which means the budget won't take tax dollars away from the people of New Brunswick.
"That's a very nice goal because there are some of these things that are going to come out of the government's budget, some of these things that we don't think we should go along with, so that will be a very nice thing," said Gallant.
"On the federal level and also here in New Brunswick there are certain priorities that the federal government has that we disagree with and some of the things we don't agree with and we will continue to discuss that with them."
New Democratic Leader Ric McIver says it is important for the federal government to get it's priorities right. (Trevor Pigg)
Gallant and McIver were both happy to have the premier and the Liberals on the same page.
McIver said the provincial government needs to make sure that the budget will reflect the will of New Brunswickers and it won't take away from any of the provinces' revenue.
"I think that it's very important that we have the conversation right here, right now, with the federal government, we need to engage and we need to come to the table right now to come to a compromise so that New Brunswick can continue to be a competitive and sustainable economy," said McIver.
The NDP, as well as Gallant, are looking forward to working with the province in coming weeks as the province moves to its next fiscal strategy.