Moody's Investors Services says the change reflects its assessment of the province's ability to meet its medium term fiscal targets, especially with weak growth and higher than anticipated deficits projected for the next two years.
The ratings agency didn't wait for the Liberals to introduce their budget
Moody's vice president
Sousa says the Liberals have cut expenses and become the leanest government in
But Moody's says
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