CTVNews.ca will have extensive coverage for Canadians to read, watch and livestream as Finance Minister Bill Morneau tables the Trudeau government's first budget on Tuesday.

Ahead of the announcement, the website will feature advance analysis to help readers catch up on everything from past promises to Morneau's strategic footwear.

When the minister officially unveils the budget on Tuesday afternoon, viewers will be able to livestream the CTV News Budget Special, led by Chief Anchor Lisa LaFlamme.

Beyond the CTV News special, Canadians can catch the BNN Budget Special starting at 3:30 p.m. ET, and watch a livestream of the action inside the House of Commons both on CTVNews.ca and on the CTV News Go app.

For more in-depth coverage, CTVNews.ca will have exclusive web features, including stories from reporters in lock-up on the Hill, as well as informative charts and data visualizations to break down the provisions that will most impact Canadians.

Starting at 5:15 p.m. ET, Canadians with questions can also take part in a web chat with Scotiabank Personal Finance Expert Tim Cestnick.

And beyond the website, CTV News journalists will be reporting on a variety of social media platforms.

Follow along on Twitter, Facebook, Vine, Instagram and Snapchat.

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The CTV News Budget Special will begin live on CTV News at 3:55 p.m. ET