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ENG: James Michael "Jim" Flaherty, PC, MP (born December 30, 1949) is Canada's Minister of Finance and Ontario's former Minister of Finance. From 1995 until 2005, he was the Member of Provincial Parliament for Whitby—Ajax, and a member of the Progressive Conservative Party caucus. He was a cabinet minister in the government of Mike Harris, and unsuccessfully sought the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives on two occasions. Flaherty won the riding of Whitby—Oshawa in the federal election held January 23, 2006 as a member of the Conservative Party of Canada narrowly beating Liberal incumbent Judi Longfield. He was re-elected in 2008 and 2011. Flaherty's wife Christine Elliott represents Whitby—Oshawa in the Ontario Legislature. Flaherty was born in ...
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When Finance Minister Jim Flaherty finished his budget speech Thursday, we half-expected new NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair to be leading the cheering section. He didn't; but he could have. This was not the budget Canadians anticipated from a Conservative government that finally had its majority. There were no deep cuts, as the left predicted. And there was certainly no reflection of small-c conservative values finally coming to the fore, no significant lessening of the civil service, and certainly no lessening of government spending. At its best, it was a Progressive Conservative budget. At ...


Flaherty’s plan forces you to expect less from Ottawa


Do not be fooled by the comforting language: Jim Flaherty’s budget 2012 will force every department of government to do less – and force you to expect less. The most transformative budget in a generation will effectively eliminate the federal deficit in two years, at worst, by cutting back on everything from food inspections to the size of embassies, from park maintenance to CBC programming, from gathering statistics to delivering foreign aid. The Finance Minister insists you won’t notice. The budget promises to save billions through ruthless administrative efficiency. Page ...


Jim Flaherty plays down impact of budget cuts


Finance Minister Jim Flaherty is trying to play down the impact of the spending cuts in his budget, saying they will not slash government programs and services for Canadians. “The majority of the spending review reductions relate to back office operations of government,” he said, suggesting the savings will be felt mostly in the inner workings of the federal bureaucracy. Flaherty, who will lay out his economic strategy in the Commons at about 4 p.m. Thursday, is expected to bring in the toughest budget in years, scaling back government spending, axing federal government jobs and ...


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BC seeks relief for aging population costs - Revelstoke Review
BC seeks relief for aging population costsRevelstoke ReviewAfter the Conservative majority government was elected in 2011, then-finance minister Jim Flaherty tied health care increases to economic growth, with a minimum increase of three per cent per year, to begin in 2017. In a campaign stop in B.C. last fall ...a další »
It's an economic downturn — not the Apocalypse - iPolitics.ca (subscription)
iPolitics.ca (subscription)It's an economic downturn — not the ApocalypseiPolitics.ca (subscription)Still, when Harper and the late Jim Flaherty were forced to unleash much-needed stimulus on the economy in the wake of the global financial crisis, they found they had the fiscal room to do so without provoking the slightest tremor on financial markets.a další »
Ontario PCs hold early lead in Whitby–Oshawa by-election campaign, poll suggests - CBC.ca
CBC.caOntario PCs hold early lead in Whitby–Oshawa by-election campaign, poll suggestsCBC.caThe odds do seem stacked against Wynne — the riding and its predecessors have been held for the PCs by Elliott and her late husband, former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty, since 1995. This is a riding that the PCs should be able to hold ...Whitby-Oshawa byelection shaping up to be a two-way race between Liberals and ...National PostWhitby-Oshawa voters should send Liberals messageToronto Sunvšech 9 zpravodajských článků »
Easy ways to improve disability savings plans - Windsor Star
Windsor StarEasy ways to improve disability savings plansWindsor StarTroy Media — According to a 2014 study, only about 15 per cent of eligible Canadians take part in the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) — the brainchild of non-profit organization PLAN and championed by late Finance Minister Jim Flaherty who ...



 
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