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January 06, 2006
Minister Scott Calls on Stephen Harper to Retract Contracting Allegations

January 06, 2006
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January 06, 2006
Supporting Canadian Families: New Support for Families, Caregivers, Canadians with Disabilities and Seniors
News Articles
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New Year’s Greetings from Prime Minister Paul Martin
(December 31,2005)
In recent weeks, I have had the opportunity to visit with Canadians in communities all across our country. In spite of our differences, it’s clear that there...
Canadians Pay Less Tax as of January 1!
(December 31,2005)
Effective January 1, 2006, Canadians will keep more of the money they earn thanks to Liberal tax cuts.
The Paul Martin Liberal Government: Working for Canada
(December 24,2005)
There is nothing minor about the achievements of the Paul Martin Liberal government.
The Paul Martin Liberal Government: Next Steps
(December 24,2005)
From child care to community safety to help for small businesses and farmers, a Liberal government will continue to build on Paul Martin’s achievements...
Holiday Greetings from Prime Minister Paul Martin
(December 24,2005)
As the year draws to a close, we should take a moment to look back together at everything we are thankful for from the previous year and everything we hope for in the year to come.
Federalism Works for Canadians: Prime Minister
(December 23,2005)
Prime Minister Paul Martin today responded to the December 19, 2005 letter from the Council of the Federation, the new institution created by Canada’s Premiers and Territorial...
Conservative Plan for Icebreakers
(December 22,2005)
Stephen Harper has proposed the purchase of three new heavy icebreakers and the addition of 500 personnel in Canada’s north.
The Liberal Government: Supporting Canada’s Seniors
(December 22,2005)
Prime Minister Paul Martin today acknowledged the enormous debt we all owe to Canada’s seniors, noting it was their generation that survived the depression...
Conservatives Offer Nothing New for Farmers
(December 21,2005)
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper today endorsed the Liberal agriculture plan by announcing a watered-down version of our policy.
Layton puts Politics before Principle on Public Transit
(December 21,2005)
NDP Leader Jack Layton’s ‘politics over principle’ approach on public transit has cost cities and communities across Canada dearly. Mr. Layton’s claims...
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