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Details won't be known until tomorrow but the provincial NDP are already pouring cold water on the B.C. Government's new budget.
Finance critic Bruce Ralston says the idea of a balanced budget is already being panned.
"The Globe and Mail had a cartoon this morning with Mike DeJong mounted on a unicorn holding some balloons holding some balloons in the shape of pigs flying I think that might capture some of the public mood."
Ralston is most worried about a possible firesale of provincial assets to shore up the books over the short term.
"It is really tricky selling assets don't count your chickens before they are hatched and is not a easy process and it is not a long term solution to a budgetary problem."
He says there are any number of ways the budget can be "fudged."