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Conservative GST Plan Offers Pennies to Most Canadians
(December 02,2005)
In contrast to the Liberal plan for broad based personal income tax cuts, the Conservatives support an initial 1 percent cut to the GST which will help...
Making Tax Relief Possible: The Liberal Record
(December 02,2005)
The tax cut debate that Canadians are engaged in today has been made possible by the Liberal government’s strong fiscal management over the past 12 years.
Liberal Tax Cut Plan Means Real Savings for Canadians
(December 02,2005)
The Liberal tax cut plan means real savings for people across this country – particularly for low and middle-income Canadians.
Liberal Policies Balance Environment and Economy
(December 02,2005)
Prime Minister Paul Martin today underscored the significant contribution the auto industry makes to Canada’s economic development in his speech to the Canadian...
Prime Minister Marks World AIDS Day
(December 01,2005)
Canada is taking a leadership role in combating the spread of the AIDS virus and helping AIDS victims in Africa, Prime Minister Paul Martin told a group...
Harper Tax Proposal Wrong for Canadians
(December 01,2005)
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper today promised to cut the GST to 5 percent over 5 years.
A Role of Pride and Influence in the World
(December 01,2005)
Canada is positioned to develop its own independent role on the international stage, Prime Minister Paul Martin told the Conseil des Relations internationales de Montréal this morning.
Helping Canada’s Aerospace Industry Take Off
(November 30,2005)
Prime Minister Paul Martin today emphasized his government’s continuing commitment to ensuring the competitiveness of Canada’s aerospace industry.
Marc Garneau to Run
(November 30,2005)
Marc Garneau, Canada’s first astronaut, is flying high as the Liberal candidate for Vaudreuil-Soulanges.
The Liberal Plan for Growth and Prosperity
(November 30,2005)
Prime Minister Paul Martin spoke to the Côteau-du-Lac area Chambers of Commerce at their breakfast this morning.
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