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federal budget 2015

With a Federal election looming, it is no surprise that the recent budget featured a little bit of everything. After taking care of families with new tax cuts last October, the proposed budget delivers tax relief for seniors and small business owners to widen the appeal.
The federal budget announced recently has interesting policies that are expected to affect Canadians. Economic Action Plan 2015 has different components that may affect the lives of Canadians differently. An important aspect of the budget is that it would be balanced in 2015-16 with a projected surplus of $1.4 billion.
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The new ad campaign is green and Conservative blue.
The middle-class income of a Canadian family of four, with both parents working, appears to have stalled, at least according
New system of loans and private partnerships in order to fund transit questioned
The Harper Conservatives are the balanced-budget party. You might as well get that into your head now, because you are going
Amid criticism that it favours the wealthy and will saddle future governments with a tax leakage problem that could cost
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The Harper government has introduced an extension of copyright terms as part of the federal budget, in a move that is likely