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Video Video Finance Minister Jim Flaherty takes part in a press conference after meeting with private sector economist in Ottawa on Friday March 8, 2013. Video If a beekeeper is nice but firm with bees, they tend not to sting, he said...Clearly there
And we underline the desire of Canadians for a truly independent Parliamentary Budget Office, respected and protected from partisan attack and intimidation...Past TaxFighter Award honorees include tax-cutting former provincial premiers such as Ralph
Video Video This suggestion takes a large and dangerous leap beyond his previous column , where he merely recommended the PBO establish a clean slate by selecting the second parliamentary budget officer from outside the office...But while they share
Brian Polian had just agreed to become UNR's football coach, but he still had to go before the state Board of Regents. Polian was put through what amounted to a second job interview Jan. 11...They asked him tough questions about his credentials to
The Conservative government is launching a major reform of the way MPs review and approve spending, with a new online database and changes that could allow MPs to cast more detailed votes on specific programs. Treasury Board President Tony Clement
Totalitarianism, aligned as it is with “rule by corporations”, is something that happens in incremental steps over time. Nobody actually chooses it, it just happens, and it’s happening to Canada right now.
say nice things about the government -- and you will face the wrath of the media and Canadians."...There are negative implications for prosperity and democracy...Several took to social media to show their support for the thrust of his message.
Then, Human Resources and Skills Development Minister Diane Finley explains the federal government's new approach to skills training, and what will happen if Quebec refuses to get on board.
Scientists with ongoing projects at the Experimental Lakes Area in northern Ontario had to contact the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to find out they would not be allowed to work at the facility this summer. more » Budget watchdog won't leave
As the Senate continues to debate the pros and cons of hauling Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page before a special committee to defend his alleged breach of privilege, one Upper Chamber denizen is calling on the Canada Revenue Agency to cease