In postelection review, PBO told to look at costing platforms outside campaign squib

OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget office says demand from parties to cost their campaign promises shot well past expected this year, but is stopping short of saying it must review planks between general elections. Since 2019, political parties have been able to ask the budget office to review the costing of their campaign promises 120 days before a fixed election date. But this past campaign came two years ahead of time after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pulled the plug on his minority Liberal
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