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budget 2014

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says last year's federal deficit will be more than $10 billion smaller than forecast
OTTAWA - Stephen Harper has been one of the toughest-talking leaders throughout the Ukraine crisis, yet newly released figures
Restoring the corporate tax rate would be a good start. When Ontario began cutting that rate in 2010 it was based on an idea that companies would use the savings for job creation and to develop new markets and products. That has not panned out. Instead Canadian corporations are sitting on $600 billion of hoarded cash that benefits very few.
The Harper government came in for some ridicule last month when it emerged it had relied on data from job postings site Kijiji
While the Conservatives like to talk a big game, Canada's SMEs have received very little attention from the Harper government. Instead, when it comes to making policy, the Conservatives have made their priorities clear: they're on the side of Bay Street -- not Main Street.
In all, almost 40 different pieces of legislation are being altered by the single bill tabled Friday. The government says
Let me be clear: It is our duty to provide services to veterans in need from the time they begin their transition to civilian life until they pass away. And of course this is not just about veterans, but their families. That includes ensuring access to a dignified funeral and burial.
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is hinting that the key Conservative campaign plank from the 2011 federal election
That's the blunt assessment of an internal Conservative government report, an unvarnished account of the plight of middle
In what amounts to yet another tacit admission that the military's procurement system is in dire trouble, the Conservative