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ENG: Joseph "Joe" Oliver PC MP (born May 20, 1940), is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2011 election. He represents the electoral district of Eglinton—Lawrence as a member of the Conservative Party. Oliver was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. His father was a dentist and his mother was a teacher. Oliver received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree in 1964 from McGill University.He received a MBA from the Harvard Business School in 1970. Following his studies he became an investment banker with Merrill Lynch. He later became the Executive Director of the Ontario Securities Commission and was also named the CEO of the Investment Dealers Association of Canada. He ran in the Canadian federal ...
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Minister Joe Oliver admits he didn’t ‘know very much’ about energy projects

OTTAWA—Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver told government officials — six months after he was on the job — that he did not “know very much” about energy projects and needed briefings so he could talk “knowledgeably” about the subject, internal emails have revealed. The internal records also reveal he disagreed with the “full thrust” of commentsfrom former environment minister Jim Prentice about cleaning up the oilsands industry. The release of the documents, obtained by Postmedia News through access to information legislation, had one ...

Joe Oliver is right about a pipeline to Eastern Canada

Northern Gateway. Keystone XL. Both are about getting Alberta’s oil sands product to market, and preferably at world prices (or at least better than the discounted ones it’s receiving now). Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, Joe Oliver (CPC, Eglinton-Lawrence), threw another pipe into the mix last week: a pipeline to Eastern Canada. There’s a necessary addition to the system. What matters, if we want to talk about being a net exporter, is that supplies are secured in all parts of the country. At the moment that’s not true. The Atlantic provinces, ...

Oliver Highlights the Benefits a Potent. Canada-EU Trade...

... Agreement Would Bring to Ontario The Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, and Member of Parliament for Eglinton-Lawrence, and Harper government ministers throughout Canada are today highlighting the benefits that a potential trade agreement with the European Union would bring to every region of the country, including jobs, growth and long-term prosperity to the people of Ontario. “An ambitious agreement with the European Union would be a big win for workers, businesses and families right here in Toronto,” said Minister Oliver. “Throughout the ...

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Joe Oliver: Canada's foolish pipeline flubs - Financial Post
Financial PostJoe Oliver: Canada's foolish pipeline flubsFinancial PostSammy Davis Jr. sang “What kind of fool am I?” as a man who had missed out in life by never falling in love. Call it a stretch, but those lyrics somehow began swimming through my head the other day when I heard that an oil tanker from the U.S. had ...and more »
Joe Oliver: Canadians should beware the consequences of climate change … policies - Financial Post
Financial PostJoe Oliver: Canadians should beware the consequences of climate change … policiesFinancial PostJoe Oliver: Canadians should beware the consequences of climate change … policies. Joe Oliver, Special to Financial Post | February 3, 2016 | Last Updated: Feb 4 8:56 AM ET More from Special to Financial Post. The Liberal government is talking the ...and more »
Former MLB catcher Joe Oliver named manager of Salem Red Sox - WDBJ7
Roanoke TimesFormer MLB catcher Joe Oliver named manager of Salem Red SoxWDBJ7The team announced Thursday that Joe Oliver will lead the Red Sox this season. He takes over for Carlos Febles, who was promoted to Double-A Portland after spending the past two seasons in Salem. Oliver spent the past two seasons managing Short-A ...Joe Oliver named manager of Salem Red SoxAugusta Free PressFormer MLB catcher Oliver named new Salem Sox skipperRoanoke TimesSuarez named to manage Spinners in 2016MiLB.comall 10 news articles »
Joe Oliver: Why equalization no longer works - Financial Post
Financial PostJoe Oliver: Why equalization no longer worksFinancial PostFotoliaJoe Oliver: The total amount the federal government transfers to the provinces, almost $18 billion, is based on a three-year moving average of nominal GDP growth. It operates both as a ceiling and a floor. But if disparities are small, which ...

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