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February brings two things — cold weather and tax season
The government of Canada strongly supports jobs for students residing in Kootenay Columbia
For many employers, it’s already time to start thinking about recruiting students this summer.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced legislation to create a Canadian Victims Bill of Rights
For the first time in Canadian history, victims will have clear, statutory rights at the federal level.
Between February 15th and February 22nd, Members of Parliament were back in their ridings to travel their constituencies.
Deeper trade with the European Union will bring good jobs, economic growth and greater long-term prosperity to B.C.
Over the past week, I have heard from constituents voicing disgust and displeasure with recent events that have occurred in Ottawa
In 2011, Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged to place Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in hockey arenas across the country
The Conservative government is delivering results for constituents in Kootenay-Columbia.
Canadians will always remember the tragic events of December 6, 1989, when 14 young women were killed.
The Conservative Government is committed to keeping taxes low, returning to balanced budgets and respecting taxpayers’ dollars.
On the last Sunday of September every year, police/peace officers from across North America converge upon Ottawa.
Our Conservative government is taking action to strip citizenship and permanent residence status from people who don’t play by the rules.
The Government of Canada is committed to supporting parents and families.
Our government’s top priority is creating jobs, growth and long-term prosperity.
While the global economic recovery remains fragile as demonstrated by the tremendous challenges facing Europe and the United States...