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ENG: Michael Douglas Finley (born July 25, 1946) is a Canadian Senator and was formerly Campaign Director for the Conservative Party of Canada during the 2006 and 2008 federal elections and the party's director of Political Operations. He is described often as Prime Minister Stephen Harper's "number two man" who vets and disciplines candidates and MPs. He has also been involved with the Scottish National Party and the former Reform and Canadian Alliance parties (which was eventually dissolved into the current Conservative Party). Finley, among others is credited with developing the political game plan which led to the downfall of the Liberal Party of Canada from "Canada's Natural Governing Party" to the third place party in the House of Commons and largely considered to be out of the ...
for34against   In my opinion Doug Finley is quite good and reliable politician. He / She has my support!, positive
for33against   I am strongly opposed! Doug Finley is very bad choice. I do not agree with his / her political views., negative
for1against   Doug Finley reminds me of sleazy Karl Rove. He gives me the creeps., YukonGale
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Opposing oilsands never 'a charitable act,' senator says


Conservatives in the Senate want to change the tax laws regarding environmental groups in Canada who protest energy projects. According to a senior Conservative, any group that protests developing Alberta's oilsands should lose its charitable status. "It should never be considered a charitable act to attack Canada's oilsands," said Senator Doug Finley in his speech as part of an inquiry into foreign foundations providing money to Canadian charities. The inquiry was launched last week by Conservative Senator Nicole Eaton and is essentially a take note debate — a series of speeches by ...


Environmental group defends funding oilsands critics


A Canadian charitable foundation at the centre of Conservative Party accusations of foreign influence in the nation's economic affairs defended itself before a Senate Committee in Ottawa Thursday. Two executives from Tides Canada appeared before the Senate energy, environment and natural resources committee as part of the committee's ongoing study into the future of Canada's energy sector. "Issues like climate change and air and water pollution don't stop at borders. And so clearly there is an international interest in those issues and that's why we attract international money," said Merran ...


No one in Ottawa wants to cross Senator Finley


Doug Finley is a former Rolls Royce executive and flower salesman who ran Stephen Harper’s campaign for leader of the new Conservative Party. A powerful party operative and successful fundraiser, Sen. Finley ran the 2006 and 2008 Conservative campaigns. In 2009, he was appointed to the Senate. Recently, he’s been fighting colon cancer. ... By MARK BOURRIE Source: hilltimes.com


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Braid: Calm before the storm as Prentice prepares for byelections
Many Progressive Conservatives will be relieved that premier-designate Jim Prentice plans to bide his time before he risks a pack of byelections. There was talk that he would place the ultimate bet by naming cabinet, and then triggering campaigns in up to half a dozen ridings.
New-look Tory cabinet to reflect ‘merit, generational change’
Alberta’s next premier says he’s still busy assembling his new cabinet and vows the group of 20 Progressive Conservative ministers that he’ll unveil on Monday will reflect merit and “generational change.” But Jim Prentice gave few other hints Friday about some of the bigger mysteries that lie ahead for his government, including the makeup of a slim-down cabinet, which portfolios might disappear, or how many byelections will be called in the days ahead.
Imam allegedly attacked in northeast Calgary
A prominent Calgary Imam was reportedly attacked by a woman while on his way to lead prayers in Airdrie on Friday afternoon. According to Dr. Atthar Mahmood, vice-president of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada, Imam Syed Soharwardy was walking from his car to the Genesis Centre when a car struck him from behind and knocked him to the ground.
Canada among worst offenders for hosting malware online: Report
OTTAWA — Canada is more likely than most countries to host websites with malicious software, and Canadians are more likely than most to become victims of hackers, according to a report that offers new figures on the growing world of [...]



 
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