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budget 2012

Last week, Canadian Mennonite magazine revealed that it had been threatened by the government. A Canada Revenue audit team the magazine that it could lose its charitable status because of what it published. CRA found some 2011 articles to be in violation of the Income Tax Act which forbids "the direct or indirect support of, or opposition to, any political party or candidate for public office." Where is this taking Canada? Will we be a nation without dissent, without criticism, without discourse? A nation where even the most well-meaning and well-respected charities must keep silent on everything or risk the wrath of government?
OTTAWA -- The Conservative government won't be turning over any more documents to help Canada's budget watchdog discover
Alumni and supporters of Katimavik rallied across Canada this weekend in an effort to save the popular youth volunteer program
A senior official with the union representing federal government employees who is losing his own position says the latest
OTTAWA - Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page is warning the federal government that 64 departments and agencies have
Changes coming to the Employment Insurance program may have unintended negative consequences for businesses, says the Greater
Members of Parliament will be pulling an all-nighter on Parliament Hill tonight to vote on amendments to the budget implementation
Liberal interns camped out all night to ensure a whopping 503 deletion amendments from the third party will kick off the
Organizers of a one-day website blackout say the Harper government is using its majority to force through environmental changes
The Conservatives' spring budget made headlines two months ago with plans to save billions by cutting public sector jobs