Canada will soon have gone two years without a federal budget, with the Trudeau government announcing they will not release a budget in March. The government claims they need ‘more time’ to assess the economic impact of the virus crisis, which is what they have said throughout the two year period Canada went without a budget. However, I think the real reason here is the Trudeau government wanting to push the budget closer to an election. Earlier, I spoke to Marc Patrone on Sauga 960 AM, and discussed my view that the Trudeau government is seeking to exploit a window of time in which they feel they can gain votes. That window will be time between a budget being released/the short-term ‘boom’ when most people have been vaccinated and activity increases, and the inevitable result of the surge of debt, lost businesses, lost jobs, and economic damage Canada has experienced.