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January 06, 2006
Supporting Canadian Families: New Support for Families, Caregivers, Canadians with Disabilities and Seniors
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Québec Referendum: Ten Years Later
(October 31,2005)
Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the 1995 Québec Referendum. For the second time over the last quarter century, Quebeckers chose Canada as the best...
Progress Made on Health Care Wait Times, Benchmarking
(October 18,2005)
On Oct. 14, Health Minister Ujjal Dosanjh spoke to Queen’s University about progress made as a result of the Liberal government’s 10-year Plan...
The Unanticipated Surplus Act: Meeting the Priorities of All Canadians
(October 17,2005)
Canadians want their government to spend taxpayer dollars in a balanced way that addresses our national priorities and obligations. To ensure this happens...
Canada Announces Largest Health Research Funding Initiative to Date
(October 14,2005)
On October 12th, Federal Health Minister Ujjal Dosanjh announced the allocation of over 1600 health research grants worth more than $354 million.
DART to be Deployed to Pakistan
(October 14,2005)
On October 14, 2005, Prime Minister Paul Martin announced that the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) will be deployed to the earthquake...
Update on Government of Canada response to South Asia earthquake
(October 11,2005)
The Government of Canada today announced further details regarding Canada’s support to the earthquake-devastated area of South Asia, including the allocation...
Government Announces Measures to Help With High Energy Costs
(October 06,2005)
The Government of Canada today announced a package of short- and long-term measures to help Canadians deal with high energy costs.
Protecting our communities: The Liberal Government’s Plan
(October 05,2005)
Canada has long been, and continues to be, one of the safest countries in the world to live. Although firearms homicides have substantially decreased between...
House Leaders Discuss Fall Agenda
(October 04,2005)
House Leader Tony Valeri met with Opposition House Leaders on October 4, 2005, to discuss the upcoming legislative agenda and the scheduling of opposition days.
Charity Barbecue Raises $125,000 for Hurricane Katrina Victims
(September 28,2005)
Donning an apron alongside leaders of opposition parties and fellow MPs, Prime Minister Paul Martin recently flipped burgers to benefit victims of Hurricane...
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