The Ontario government has only found about half of the savings necessary to meet its own budget plan, the province’s financial watchdog says.

Another $6 billion will have to be cut from the province’s expenses by 2021/22 for Premier Doug Ford’s government to achieve its projections, the Financial Accountability Office (FAO) said in a report Wednesday.

“There are probably policy changes that they’re kicking around right now that they haven’t decided to announce yet, for a whole variety of reasons,” Financial Accountability Officer Peter Weltman told reporters.