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

January 06, 2006
Option Canada

January 06, 2006
Supporting Canadian Families: New Support for Families, Caregivers, Canadians with Disabilities and Seniors
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Option Canada
(January 06,2006)
Reports indicate the RCMP is looking into Option Canada’s $ 4.8 million funding from the Canadian Heritage department in the lead up to the 1995 referendum...
Harper Wrong on Contracting
(January 05,2006)
Stephen Harper staged a press conference with a suitcase full of cash and an empty folder, claiming it represents what the Department of Indian and Northern...
Harper’s Wrong: Stats Show Canada’s Communities are Becoming Safer
(January 05,2006)
Today, Conservative Party Stephen Harper tried to mislead Canadians into thinking that Canada has become unsafe.
Harper Nominated Mississauga Conservative Candidate who Questioned the Value of Foreign Credentials
(January 04,2006)
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper announced his plan for foreign credentials in Mississauga today.
Former RCMP Commissioner Inkster supports Goodale position on Income Trusts
(January 04,2006)
The Opposition has called for Finance Minister Ralph Goodale to resign following the announcement of an investigation on income trusts.
Harper Posturing on Immigration
(January 04,2006)
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper today said he would reduce the landing fee for new Canadians over the life of the mandate, as well as work with provinces...
Conservative Negative Ads Misleading Canadians
(January 04,2006)
Stephen Harper says that the negative ads that he is running now are factual and claims to quote the Gomery report.
Harper Wrong on Guns and Mandatory Minimums
(January 02,2006)
Stephen Harper today claimed that the government is not addressing gun crime.
Conservatives Lack Real Transit Plan
(December 29,2005)
Today, Stephen Harper re-announced his plan to provide a small tax rebate to all transit users.
Harper’s Veterans Policy Half a Year Behind Liberals
(December 28,2005)
This morning in Victoria, Conservative leader Stephen Harper announced that he would enact a Veterans’ Bill of Rights to ensure their needs are being...
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