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Oct 30th

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    Stella AmblerMeeting with Canadian Cement Association and Holcim Canada's Bill Galloway - discussed jobs at Mississauga Lakeshore plant (175!) and and environmental initiatives
    7 hours ago | Ontario, Mississauga South
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    Joan CrockattWhat best represents you? 1) Family with two equal incomes? 2) Family with two unequal incomes? 3) Family with one income? 4) Single parent? Either way - we'll cut your taxes and put more money in your pocket! Sounds too good to be true? Not for our Conservative government! Check it out here: http://conservative.ca/NewTaxBreaks/
    8 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre
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    Diane AblonczyGood news for Canadian families!
    9 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary—Nose Hill
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    Patrick BrownSigning up lots of #PCPO memberships in Mississauga. Thanks Zoran! #Rebuilding #Ontario #Mississauga http://t.co/7eBsEbOlnV
    9 hours ago | Ontario, Okanagan—Coquihalla
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    Patrick BrownSpeaking at a gathering of Mississauga Progressive Conservatives hosted by my friend & supporter Zoran Churchin #PCPO http://t.co/UANYpPX38j
    9 hours ago | Ontario, Okanagan—Coquihalla
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    10 hours ago | Ontario, Etobicoke—Lakeshore
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    10 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    Dean Del MastroToday's announced new measures to support families with children are simply awesome! The Prime Minister's commitment to support families by allowing them to keep more of their own money with the Family Tax Cut and increasing the Universal Child Care Benefit to $1920 per year for children under 6 and then $720 per year for children up to their 18th birthday demonstrates a government with its priorities right. Every Canadian family with children under 18 benefits with this well balanced, well thought out suite of new measures. http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2014/10/30/pm-announces-tax-cuts-increased-benefits-families
    10 hours ago | Ontario, Peterborough
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    Stephen HarperToday I announced new tax breaks to help make life more affordable for Canadian families. Learn more: http://www.conservative.ca/NewTaxBreaks/
    10 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Stephen HarperAujourd'hui, j'ai annoncé de nouvelles mesures en vue de rendre la vie plus abordable pour les familles canadiennes. Pour en savoir plus : http://www.conservateur.ca/NouvellesReductionsFiscales/
    10 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Ryan HastmanGet involved! Visit www.ryanhastman.com/take_action and get your CPC membership now. Clock is ticking as cut-off is 9:59pm TONIGHT! I need your support!
    11 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton--Strathcona
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    Pierre PoilievreClick like if you agree with the Conservative Family Tax Cut announced today that will give thousands in savings to four million families. 2/3rds of the benefit goes to middle and lower income families.
    11 hours ago | Ontario, Nepean—Carleton
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    Terence YoungWith Ukraine's Ambassador to Canada, Vadym Prystaiko.
    11 hours ago | Ontario, Oakville
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    Terence YoungUkrainian Student Interns saying goodbye in song after six months working in MP's offices on the hill.
    11 hours ago | Ontario, Oakville
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    Leona AglukkaqThe Prime Minister just announced new measures to help make life more affordable for Canadian families. These new measures will directly help Nunavummiut by putting money in the pockets of parents. We will be increasing and expanding the universal child care benefit (UCCB) in addition to a number of other measures. The increase of the UCCB means that in a year, parents will receive up to $1,920 per child under the age of 6! For more information please see the following news release: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2014/10/30/pm-announces-tax-cuts-increased-benefits-families
    11 hours ago | Territories (yk, nt, nu), Nunavut
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    Devinder ShoryYesterday during Question Period in the House of Commons, I asked the Minister of Foreign Affairs how is Canada working with our allies to fight the threat from ISIL terrorists. http://youtu.be/0gz-BIyxk7g
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Northeast
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    Deepak ObhraiTuesday, November 25, 2014, 7–9 PM Come help celebrate the leadership of Mike Schreiner in his fifth year as Leader of the Green Party of Ontario.
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary East
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    Deepak ObhraiElizabeth May is coming to Barrie.
    12 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary East
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    Ryan HastmanYou only have a few hours left! Buy/renew your membership now at www.ryanhastman.com
    13 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton--Strathcona
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    Mark WarawaI had the honour of speaking at Ukriane day on the hill. Ukrainian youth are the future of a free democratic Ukraine.
    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Julian FantinoJULIAN FANTINO HOSTS PRIME MINISTER HARPER IN VAUGHAN FOR MAJOR TAX CUT ANNOUNCEMENT Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced new measures to help make life more affordable for Canadian families. “Under the strong and dependable leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, our Government is focused on helping hard-working Canadian families make ends meet, by making important priorities like child care and after-school sports more affordable. “Today, I was proud to host Prime Minister Harper in Vaughan to announce major tax relief and savings for families. Under this plan, every #Vaughan family with children will have more money in their pockets, to spend on their priorities as a family. “Our Government is fulfilling its promise to balance the federal budget. We are now in a position to fulfill our promise to help Canadian families balance theirs. “All families with children will benefit from the new measures introduced by our Government. The average tax relief and benefits for these families will be $1,140 in 2015.” The proposed new measures include: • The Family Tax Cut, a federal tax credit that will allow a higher-income spouse to transfer up to $50,000 of taxable income to a spouse in a lower tax bracket. The credit will provide tax relief – capped at $2,000 – for couples with children under the age of 18, effective for the 2014 tax year. Income splitting is helping seniors across the country, which is why the Government is now proposing similar relief for families. • Increasing the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) for children under age six. As of January 1, 2015, parents will receive a benefit of $160 per month for each child under the age of six – up from $100 per month. In a year, parents will receive up to $1,920 per child. • Expanding the UCCB to children aged six through 17. As of January 1, 2015, under the expanded UCCB, parents will receive a benefit of $60 per month for children aged six through 17. In a year, parents will receive up to $720 per child. • Increasing the Child Care Expense Deduction dollar limits by $1,000, effective for the 2015 tax year. The maximum amounts that can be claimed will increase to $8,000 from $7,000 for children under age seven, to $5,000 from $4,000 for children aged seven through 16, and to $11,000 from $10,000 for children who are eligible for the Disability Tax Credit. • Earlier this month, the Prime Minister announced our Government’s intention to double the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and make it refundable. The maximum amount of expenses that may be claimed under the credit will be doubled from its current limit to $1,000 for the 2014 tax year and subsequent tax years, and the credit will be made refundable effective for the 2015 and subsequent tax years.
    13 hours ago | Ontario, Vaughan
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    Mark WarawaAt prayer for Ukraine on the hill with MP Mike Wallace, MP Joe Daniel, and Laurentian Leadership Centre intern Kojo Almasi.
    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Costas MenegakisPrime Minister Stephen Harper announced today new measures to help make life more affordable for Canadian families. Under the strong and dependable leadership of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, our Government is focused on helping hard-working Canadian families make ends meet, by making important priorities like child care and after-school sports more affordable. Under this plan, every family with children will have more money in their pockets, to spend on their priorities as a family. Our Government is fulfilling its promise to balance the federal budget. We are now in a position to fulfill our promise to help Canadian families balance theirs. All families with children will benefit from the new measures introduced by our Government. The average tax relief and benefits for these families will be $1,140 in 2015. The proposed new measures include: • The Family Tax Cut, a federal tax credit that will allow a higher-income spouse to transfer up to $50,000 of taxable income to a spouse in a lower tax bracket. The credit will provide tax relief – capped at $2,000 – for couples with children under the age of 18, effective for the 2014 tax year. Income splitting is helping seniors across the country, which is why the Government is now proposing similar relief for families. • Increasing the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) for children under age six. As of January 1, 2015, parents will receive a benefit of $160 per month for each child under the age of six – up from $100 per month. In a year, parents will receive up to $1,920 per child. • Expanding the UCCB to children aged six through 17. As of January 1, 2015, under the expanded UCCB, parents will receive a benefit of $60 per month for children aged six through 17. In a year, parents will receive up to $720 per child. • Increasing the Child Care Expense Deduction dollar limits by $1,000, effective for the 2015 tax year. The maximum amounts that can be claimed will increase to $8,000 from $7,000 for children under age seven, to $5,000 from $4,000 for children aged seven through 16, and to $11,000 from $10,000 for children who are eligible for the Disability Tax Credit. • Earlier this month, the Prime Minister announced our Government’s intention to double the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and make it refundable. The maximum amount of expenses that may be claimed under the credit will be doubled from its current limit to $1,000 for the 2014 tax year and subsequent tax years, and the credit will be made refundable effective for the 2015 and subsequent tax years.
    13 hours ago | Ontario,
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    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Abbotsford
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    13 hours ago | Alberta, Jeanne-Mance-Viger
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    Mark WarawaMP Minute Interview with Andrew Sorohan and Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Program Interns on the recent election in Ukraine.
    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Fleetwood—Port Kells
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    Denis LebelNouvelle importante Le Premier ministre Stephen Harper a aujourd'hui annoncé de nouvelles baisses d'impôts ainsi que différentes mesures pour rendre la vie plus abordable pour les familles canadiennes.
    13 hours ago | Quebec, Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean
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    Mark WarawaTalking with Andrew Sorohan and Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Program Interns on the recent election in Ukraine.
    13 hours ago | British Columbia, Langley
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    Gary GoodyearGreat news for families today!
    13 hours ago | Ontario, Cambridge
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    James MooreHelping Families Prosper: New Support for Canadian Families through Tax Relief & Benefits. Read more at http://www.budget.gc.ca/efp-peb/2014/home-accueil-eng.html
    14 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    Russ HiebertPrime Minister Stephen Harper has announced new tax savings that will put more money back into the pockets of Canadian families. Our Government is going further and increasing the credits available under the Child Care Expense Deduction, and increasing the Universal Child Care Benefit for every child under age 18. We’re also doubling the Children’s Sports and Fitness Tax Credit and making it refundable. All this tax relief means more money in the family cheque book for sports, education, or savings for the future. Learn more about this annoucement by clicking on the link below: http://www.russhiebert.ca/?p=3959
    14 hours ago | British Columbia, South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale
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    14 hours ago | British Columbia, Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam
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    Laurie HawnALL families with children will benefit from these new measures, and low and middle-income families will receive two-thirds of overall benefits provided by this package. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnEnhanced UCCB will replace the Child Tax Credit for 2015 and subsequent tax years. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnPayments under enhanced UCCB will begin July 2015. July UCCB will include up to 6 mos benefits to cover Jan-June ’15 period. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Chungsen LeungOur Government is proposing new measures to help Canadian families make ends meet-check out how here:
    14 hours ago | Ontario, Willowdale
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    Laurie HawnFamilies can claim Family Tax Cut in spring 2015 when they file 2014 returns. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnChild Care Expense Deduction dollar limit increased effective for 2015 tax year. Max amounts now= $8K for children under seven, $5K for children 7-16 and $11K for children eligible for Disability Tax Credit. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnUCCB expanded for children 6-17 yrs. Starting Jan. 1 2015, parents will rec. $60 per month, per child. $720 per year. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Patrick BrownAt @PMHarper announcement in #Vaughan with my good friends & #PCPO leadership bid supporters @JagBadwal & @SaroyaBob http://t.co/DCYLtCQCtS
    14 hours ago | Ontario, Okanagan—Coquihalla
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    Laurie HawnUniversal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) increased for children under 6. Starting January 1, 2015, it moves to $160/month. $1,920/year/child. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnFamily Tax Cut tax relief capped at $2K, for couples with children under 18, effective for 2014 tax year. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnFamily Tax Cut will allow higher-income spouse to transfer up to 50K of taxable income to spouse in lower bracket. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    Laurie HawnGreat announcement by PM Stephen Harper today. Number of excellent measures to put on average $1,140 back in the pockets of Canadian families in 2015. #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton Centre
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    14 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Nunavut
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    14 hours ago | Ontario, Kitchener—Conestoga
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    14 hours ago | Manitoba, Charleswood—St. James—Assiniboia
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    David AndersonGreat news for families! Prime Minister Harper announces new measures to help make life more affordable for Canadian families: http://www.davidanderson.ca/prime-minister-stephen-harper-announces-tax-cuts-increased-benefits-for-families/
    14 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Cypress Hills—Grasslands
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    Randy KampGreat news for Canadian families. @pmharper announces significant tax cuts. Learn more at http://goo.gl/IcmQAj #cdnpoli
    14 hours ago | British Columbia, Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge—Mission

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