WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - The Canadian province of Saskatchewan is on track to register a C$37.4 million ($28.12 million) budget surplus in 2019-20 at the midpoint of its fiscal year, the provincial government said on Thursday.
That figure is C$3 million higher than the budgeted surplus.
Spending and revenue are forecast to be C$15.3 billion and C$15.4 billion respectively, both up 2.2% from the budget.
Reporting by Rod Nickel in Winnipeg, Manitoba; editing by Diane Craft
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