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Competing for Global Investors

One of the budget items that received little attention was the termination of the twenty five year-old Immigration Investor Program (IIP). It was the flagship immigration tool that specifically focused on attracting global entrepreneurs and investors to Canada. The program was “suspended” some two years ago for study. Many were thus hoping, myself included, for the program's resurrection, as a …

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Charte: les libéraux veulent réparer les dommages

Charte: les libéraux veulent réparer les dommages

Le gouvernement libéral de Philippe Couillard veut réparer les dégâts causés par la charte des valeurs péquiste et rebâtir les ponts avec les immigrants du Québec, en particulier avec la communauté maghrébine.  

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Les changements à la réglementation de Pêches et Océans sont mauvaises nouvelles

Les changements à la réglementation de Pêches et Océans sont mauvaises nouvelles

OTTAWA – Le Parti vert du Canada dénonce le nouveau règlement de Pêches et Océans (MPO) qui aura pour résultat de miner pour de bon la capacité du gouvernement fédéral de protéger les eaux canadiennes de la pollution toxique.  

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Herb Gray: a leading nationalist and progressive Liberal

Herb Gray: a leading nationalist and progressive Liberal

Herb Gray’s first and legendary impact on Canadian politics was in 1972 when as Minister of Consumer and Corporate Affairs he pressed for greater control of foreign investment in Canadian industry.  The Gray Report of that year, officially called “Foreign Direct Investment in Canada” reflected the growing concerns of Canadians about the increase in foreign investment.  That year he introduced …

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Report: Economic Projections for Canadian Families 2014

Report: Economic Projections for Canadian Families 2014

Is Cautious Optimism Justified? These are not the easiest times for Canadians, for young people, for seniors, for the middle class. What can Canadian families expect in 2014? What can business and investors expect? Are we pursuing the right fiscal and monetary policies? What about early-childhood, school and post-secondary education? And pensions? What can the private sector and governments be …

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Roundtable on Senate Reform

Event held on Parliament Hill, Ottawa, November 25, 2013. L to R:  Senator Nancy Ruth, Prof. Carissima Mathen, Lawrence Martin, Isabel Metcalfe and Senator James Cowan.

 

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