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January 06, 2006
Supporting Canadian Families: New Support for Families, Caregivers, Canadians with Disabilities and Seniors
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Address by Prime Minister Paul Martin
(January 06,2006)
On January 23rd, Canadians are going to elect one of two people as their leader. On January 24th, either Stephen Harper or myself will be prime minister.
Supporting Canadian Families - Address by Prime Minister Paul Martin
(January 05,2006)
I believe we give ourselves the best chance to succeed as a nation when we rally behind the conviction that we must leave no one behind.
Address by Prime Minister Paul Martin in Winnipeg
(January 03,2006)
Good morning, and welcome to the federal election campaign, Act II. I hope you enjoyed the intermission. As Sheila says, almost two weeks without a speech...
National weekly radio address by Paul Martin
(December 10,2005)
I came here earlier today to finish off the second week of this election campaign. I was in town with the President of Daimler Chrysler and Buzz Hargrove, the head of the Canadian Auto Workers union, to mark the construction of a new facility that will mean new, well-paying jobs.
Address by Prime Minister Paul Martin at the UN Conference on Climate Change
(December 07,2005)
I want to first extend a welcome, on behalf of Canada and all Canadians, to those of you who have been working so hard here in Montreal these past many days – and to those now joining the conference.
Address by Prime Minister Paul Martin in Saint John, New Brunswick
(December 06,2005)
I want to begin by saying how pleased I am to be here with you this morning to discuss the next steps we will take together toward a permanent...
National weekly radio address by Paul Martin
(December 02,2005)
Statement by Prime Minister on Campaign Launch
(November 29,2005)
A minority Parliament means the opposition can force an election whenever it chooses. In this case, I believe ambition has overwhelmed common sense.
National weekly radio address by Paul Martin
(November 25,2005)
Well, it looks as though the Conservatives and the NDP, working in alliance with the separatists, are going to force an election over the holidays.
National weekly radio address by Paul Martin
(November 18,2005)
A lot of election talk this week on Parliament Hill – but that’s not new. It seems like last year’s campaign was barely over and the opposition parties were...
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