The plan is add about $146 billion in new government spending over the next four years.
That’s the full cost of the Liberal economic platform, released on Saturday.
The deal would also bring the budget back to balance with an end-of-term surplus of about one-billion dollars by the end of a four-year period.
The main idea is to cut tax breaks and government spending.
The program would run a deficit of just under $10 billion over two fiscal years potentially adding more than $33 Billion to be spent on infrastructure projects and a new monthly child benefit.
Infrastructure spending is something the Liberals are banking on in particular to help economic growth which should result in tax revenues and a padding of government coffers.
— Liberal Party (@liberal_party) September 26, 2015