CBC is your guide for everything you need to know about the Quebec 2017 budget.
Read, listen, watch and join in as we dissect the province's spending priorities for the coming year.
- Get ready: Ryan Hicks previews Couillard's 'prudent' plan for 2017
Our coverage will begin once Finance Minister Carlos Leitao presents his budget at the National Assembly in Quebec City, which is expected around 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
Online: Jonathan Montpetit will bring you the latest details on the budget and what it means for your pocketbook at cbc.ca/montreal. The finance minister's speech to the National Assembly will also be streamed live. Download the CBC app and subscribe to Montreal push alerts to get the information first.
Facebook Live Q&A: Marie-Soleil Tremblay will take your questions live on the CBC Montreal Facebook page at approximately 4:45 p.m. She is a public finance expert and professor at l'École nationale de l'administration publique.
Radio: Tune in to a live radio special on CBC Radio One (88.5 FM in Montreal, 104.7 FM in Quebec City and on stations across Quebec.) Host Kim Garritty will be joined by CBC reporters and expert Marie-Soleil Tremblay. You can also listen online here.
Television: Watch CBC News Montreal with host Debra Arbec for context and analysis led by National Assembly reporter Ryan Hicks at 6 p.m. Get the latest reaction to the budget on CBC News Late Night with Nancy Wood at 11 p.m.
What are you hoping to see in the budget? Tell us what you think on CBC Montreal's Facebook page and send us a tweet on Twitter.