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What do you want to see in the B.C. budget?

B.C. Health Minister Mike De Jong speaks during a public forum in Vancouver, B.C., on Jan. 12, 2011.

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UPDATE: We are no longer taking submissions, but reader responses are featured here, next to the actual policies proposed in the budget.

On Tuesday, Finance Minister Mike de Jong will deliver the B.C. Liberal government's final budget before the general election this spring. To illustrate the enormity of the task, the Finance Ministry even posted to its website a budget simulation tool citizens can use to try balancing the province's books.

We want to know what your priorities are. Fill out the form below to share your thoughts and we'll publish a selection ahead of the tabling of the budget.

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