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joe oliver federal budget

The big spending on the income splitting tax break, combined with the impact of lower oil prices has already left only a razor-thin balance and the Parliamentary Budget Officer predicts the budget will slip back into deficit in the next few years. Since it is no secret that this budget sets the stage for the upcoming federal election it is time for us to take a long hard look at the people we elect. We should not allow ourselves to be tricked by tax cut treats but think about who offers a plan for the future. Legacies take guts.
The institution, or DFI, would complement Canada's international development priorities, but aid agencies say such a mechanism
OTTAWA - As with all federal budgets, there are winners and losers in the latest document. Here's a look at who gets goodies
The five-year, $292.6 million commitment will give additional resources to the Mounties, the Canadian Security Intelligence
Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivered a federal budget that boasted a narrow $1.4-billion surplus for 2015-16, scoring a
Oliver bought the black shoes, trimmed in Tory blue, at a store in north Toronto while a throng of journalists looked on
With a national election fixed for no later than mid-October, the government's long-awaited annual federal spending blueprint
Finance Minister Joe Oliver will meet with private sector economists April 9 for one final check in on the state of the economy
In an interview with The Canadian Press at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Oliver said Thursday he's rejecting suggestions
While announcing the budget will be delayed until at least April, Joe Oliver attempted to make a joke about how often he