By William Proulx 
BELLEVILLE – The Ontario government is looking for public input on how it spends tax dollars.
The government is preparing its 2015 budget and it want to hear from Ontarians and get their opinions on government priorities.
“The Ontario Budget lays out the government’s priorities and sets the plan for the year. Only by engaging as many people as possible can we get a true picture of what matters most to Ontarians,” Charles Sousa, the Minister of Finance of Ontario, said in a news release.