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13 October 2005
HAMILTON – Conservative leader and Leader of the Opposition, Stephen Harper said today that a Conservative government will tackle Canada’s shortage of skilled trades by providing financial incentives to workers, and to employers who hire apprentices. - More

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Liberal energy rebate provides no relief
06 October 2005
Rapidly rising oil costs are having a dramatic impact on the price of gasoline at the pumps, on home heating prices and grocery costs. Prices are expected to continue to rise dramatically over the course of the winter. The Liberals have proposed another p
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Tax rebate a diversionary tactic
06 October 2005
The Liberal government has begun its election spending campaign by stating that they will return a third of any federal surplus to Canadians.
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Conservatives Call on Goodale to Provide Certainty on Income Trusts
29 September 2005
Ottawa – Conservative Critic for Seniors Issues Dean Allison and Conservative Finance Critic Monte Solberg today asked Canadians to sign a petition that calls on the Minister of Finance to stop his attack on seniors and Canadians saving for retirement b
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