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Canadians deserve better than what Stephen Harper's Conservatives have been delivering to find that many voters did expect better on election night 2011. The latest voting intentions sounding done by Harris/Decima for The Canadian Press earlier this
Ontario simply cannot afford to have this high-spending Liberal-NDP coalition making decisions for our province."...Ontario is still facing a budget deficit of more than $12-billion, says Peter Coleman, President and CEO of Ontarians for Responsible
Jill Mahoney The Globe and Mail Political junkies were glued to their screens as CBC's biopic of former NDP leader Jack Layton aired Sunday night.
Adrian Morrow The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Mar. 06 2013, 10:39 AM EST Last updated Wednesday, Mar. 06 2013, 10:44 AM EST The New Democrats want legislative changes to ensure no premier can ever unilaterally shut down parliament as Dalton
Only the timely general election in the country will enable the government to formally present and get passed the federal budget from the new assembly; otherwise the interim federal budget (for three months) will be the option to meet the
Story Video It's hardly a new message but one that is designed to help keep the massive and restless Tory caucus in line as the government dedicates the first part of the new year to a remaining suite of budget measures, criminal justice bills and
CP Video video Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at Harrington Lake, Harper's official country retreat, in Gatineau Park, Quebec August 15, 2012 Reuters video Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes part
If revenues are going up and not going down, why is the deficit going up and not going down?...These things aren't written in stone, Flaherty explained to Bloomberg News...Certainly Flaherty's balanced-budget target isn't set in stone: it's been
Story Watch Watch Apart from Mr. Flaherty, they're all gone now. Mr. Harper's critics are correct when they accuse him of running virtually a one-man government...Mr. Harper is the hardest-working prime minister in living memory. Those who have
It's the great guessing game in the Westminster village, an obsession for politicians, advisers and other inmates like me. On the face of it, the speculation is premature: we're not yet halfway through the five-year Parliament due to end in May 2015.