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Handcuffed by record borrowing

Debt costs rob Manitobans of health, education programs

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister speaks about a "fiscal dividend" being available once the budget is balanced, but the reality is the province is still paying way too much to service its debt. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files)

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister speaks about a "fiscal dividend" being available once the budget is balanced, but the reality is the province is still paying way too much to service its debt. (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files)

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Updated on Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 9:41 AM CST: Adds image, opinion tag.

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