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Sep 4th

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    Robert SopuckFriends, Election campaigns are expensive. I would be very grateful for any support you're able to offer to help us re-elect a Conservative government. Your contribution is eligible for a generous tax receipt! Can you visit the link below to help finance our campaign? http://www.re-electrobertsopuck.com/index.php/donations/
    2 hours ago | Manitoba,
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    Nina GrewalCanada added 12,000 jobs in August and over 1.3 million jobs since the depths of the great economic downturn. Simply put, while the NDP and the Liberals attempt to push a message of recession fear, Canada’s employment record simply refuses to follow the recession fear script.
    3 hours ago | British Columbia, Fleetwood—Port Kells
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    Andrew ScheerNational Post Headline: NDP would boost CPP within six months of forming government, Mulcair pledges Does Mulcair not realize that CPP premiums are a direct tax on payrolls? That employers would have to pay higher premiums? How will that help create jobs as it becomes more expensive to hire people? Making it more expensive to hire workers and do business in Canada will make us less competitive and drive investment out of our economy. This is a recipe for massive job losses!
    3 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Regina—Qu'Appelle
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    Kerry-Lynne FindlayAt D-G Linghu's Dinner husband Brent had a Gr8 seat & enjoyed top entertainment & food! #RichmondBC #Taiwan http://t.co/uFquBSPULW
    3 hours ago | British Columbia, Delta—Richmond East
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    Maxime BernierVous avez manqué l'entrevue que j'ai accordée à Richard Martineau sur les ondes de Radio X ce midi sur la crise des migrants? Cliquez sur ce lien pour l'écouter
    3 hours ago | Quebec, Beauce
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    Costas MenegakisHappy Labour Day long weekend! Another supporter dropped by to pick up his lawn signs. Thanks, Art! The campaign office is open all weekend, come in and see us or join in a canvass. We are located at 13025 Yonge Street, Oak Ridges.
    3 hours ago | Ontario,
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    3 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton—Spruce Grove
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    Kelly BlockPrime Minister Stephen Harper today announced a plan to establish a Canadian Armed Forces reserve unit in Yukon. A primary reserve unit in Yukon will complement other measures which the Harper Government has taken to protect Canadian sovereignty in the north and will build a stronger connection between the Canadian Armed Forces and the people of Yukon. “Our Government has made the rebuilding of the Canadian military a priority since we took office," the Prime Minister said. “The establishment of a reserve unit in Yukon will provide important enhanced capacity for the Canadian Armed Forces in the north as part of its mission to defend Canada's sovereignty." This announcement builds on Prime Minister Harper's previously announced plan for expanding and strengthening the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve Force as a whole. A new reserve unit will fulfill several tasks: · enhance the Arctic operations capacity of the CAF by specializing in northern survival skills; · provide a specialized emergency response capacity in the face of natural disasters such as wildfires, for which they would receive specialized advance training, or other emergencies; · assist in supporting other elements of the CAF, including the Canadian Rangers, in Yukon; and, · re-establish an important connection between the Canadian Armed Forces and the people of Yukon which was lost in 1968 when the previous Yukon Regiment was disbanded by the then-Liberal government. “These initiatives to expand our Reserve Force will permit the Canadian Armed Forces to draw on the varied skillsets possessed by Canadians in the private sector who are also anxious to serve their country through service in the military,” said Prime Minister Harper. “The initiative we are proposing will restore an important connection between the people of Yukon and the Canadian Armed Forces and provide important additional military capacity in Yukon." “While Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair’s NDP irresponsibly proclaim their intent to end Canada's military mission against the ISIS terrorist group, we will continue to take the steps that are required to strengthen our military and to ensure that it is positioned to respond to the real dangers that Canada faces,” said Prime Minister Harper. “My focus is on ensuring that the men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces have the resources they need to continue protecting and serving their fellow citizens effectively.”
    3 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Nunavut
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    Kerry-Lynne FindlayMore evidence of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Proven Leadership.
    4 hours ago | British Columbia, Delta—Richmond East
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    Robert Sopuck12,000 new jobs in August.
    4 hours ago | Manitoba,
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    4 hours ago | Manitoba, Selkirk—Interlake
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    Costas MenegakisI had a great day of canvassing with @KellieLeitch in Aurora- Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill. #vote4Costas #elxn2015
    4 hours ago | Ontario,
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    Bernard TrottierToday Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced an initiative to establish a new unit of the Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserve in Yukon. This initiative builds on the earlier announcement of the Conservative Party’s plan to expand and strengthen the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve Force as a whole. A new reserve unit in Yukon will enhance the Arctic operations capacity of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) by specializing in northern survival skills. A Yukon reserve unit will also provide a specialized emergency response capacity in the face of natural disasters such as wildfires or other emergencies.
    4 hours ago | Ontario, Etobicoke—Lakeshore
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    Stephen HarperTook a trip across beautiful Schwatka Lake in Whitehorse this morning with Laureen Harper.
    5 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Peter BraidLooking to support the campaign? Request a lawn sign today! http://ow.ly/RNR8j - (Photo courtesy of Greg Guyatt, @guyattmortgage)
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Kitchener—Waterloo
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    Stephen HarperTook a trip across beautiful Schwatka Lake in Whitehorse this morning with Laureen Harper.
    5 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Denis LebelDENIS LEBEL ANNONCE DES MESURES POUR SOUTENIR LA CONSERVATION ET LA COMMUNAUTÉ DU PLEIN AIR Le lieutenant politique du Premier ministre Stephen Harper pour le Québec, l’honorable Denis Lebel, a annoncé, aujourd’hui, une série de mesures reposant sur le Plan de conservation national afin de préserver l’environnement naturel du Québec et de tout le Canada, de soutenir le développement économique et de défendre les propriétaires d’armes à feu respectueux des lois. « Notre Plan de conservation national permet d’agrandir la superficie des parcs nationaux de dizaines de milliers de kilomètres carrés et de protéger des terres écosensibles privées, a dit M. Lebel. En formant des partenariats avec des groupes de pêche, de chasse et de conservation, nous pouvons assurer que nos efforts de conservation sont bons pour l’environnement et bons pour les économies locales. » Dans le but d’atteindre les objectifs du Plan de conservation national, nous avons annoncé qu’un gouvernement conservateur réélu va : • Accorder un financement additionnel à Destination Canada afin de promouvoir le tourisme axé sur la pêche, la chasse et la motoneige. • Créer un Programme d’amélioration et de conservation de la faune qui protégera les habitats des espèces visées par les chasseurs et les trappeurs. • Adopter une nouvelle réglementation sur les oiseaux migrateurs afin de créer des permis de chasse familiaux. • Assurer qu’il y a un nombre suffisant d’instructeurs sur la sécurité des armes à feu, partout au pays. • Rejeter le rétablissement du registre des armes d’épaule pour favoriser une approche sensée du contrôle des armes à feu (comme le prévoit le projet de loi C-42) qui protège la sécurité publique sans imposer de fardeau inutile aux propriétaires d’armes à feu. « Ces initiatives vont aider à protéger l’environnement naturel du Québec et soutenir la création de nouveaux emplois et le développement économique de nos régions», a affirmé le M. Lebel. Le ministre Lebel a rejeté la proposition de Thomas Mulcair de rétablir l’inutile registre des armes d’épaule des Libéraux. « Toute tentative de rétablir le registre des armes d’épaule, comme le défend M. Mulcair, coûterait des milliards de dollars, et ça ne serait pas plus efficace que le plan initialement mis en place par les Libéraux, a déclaré M. Lebel. Il est fort probable que Justin Trudeau et Thomas Mulcair rétabliraient les politiques de confrontation du passé, qui non seulement étaient coûteuses et inefficaces, mais ne respectaient pas les gens des communautés rurales. »
    5 hours ago | Quebec, Roberval—Lac-Saint-Jean
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    5 hours ago | Ontario, Vaughan
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    5 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre
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    5 hours ago | Alberta, Wetaskiwin
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    Harold AlbrechtProven leadership for a stronger economy. I'll need your help on October 19th to keep Canada's economy moving forward.
    6 hours ago | Ontario, Kitchener—Conestoga
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    Kellie LeitchDuring the Merchant Navy Day celebrations I had the opportunity to meet lots of veterans like Mr. Norman Baker!
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Simcoe—Grey
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    Kellie LeitchHonored to be able to attend Merchant Navy Day celebrations in Collingwood yesterday. Great to see Jim Wilson as well!
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Simcoe—Grey
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    6 hours ago | Ontario, St. Paul's
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    6 hours ago | Alberta, Jeanne-Mance-Viger
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    Peter BraidOur proven low-tax plan has created more than 1.3 million net new jobs since the depths of the global recession, including 12,000 new jobs in August. Only a re-elected Conservative Government will keep your taxes low and build a stronger economy.
    6 hours ago | Ontario, Kitchener—Waterloo
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    Brian JeanI was proud to welcome Prasad Panda to our Wildrose team yesterday. Our Official Opposition caucus is now 22 strong and we're working hard to stand up for fiscal responsibility, jobs and the economy. Prasad's oil and gas expertise will serve Albertans very well in the legislature. Our party is stronger than ever thanks to the hard work and dedication of supporters like you.
    7 hours ago | Alberta, Fort McMurray—Athabasca
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    Maxime BernierEn entrevue avec Richard Martineau sur les ondes de Radio X dans quelques minutes! Je parle avec eux de la crise des migrants.
    7 hours ago | Quebec, Beauce
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    Kerry-Lynne FindlayRetweeted Prasad Panda (@ElectPanda): Thanks to the voters of #yycfoothills and my amazing campaign team. #ableg #wrp http://t.co/KrmUIkFZX0
    7 hours ago | British Columbia, Delta—Richmond East
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    Andrew Scheer"What the country doesn’t need is an election campaign fought largely over which party will borrow the most money to spend fixing a recession that is in all likelihood already over."
    7 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Regina—Qu'Appelle
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    Rob ClarkeLOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN CANADA FOR 23 MONTHS More proof that our low tax plan is working. Having a government that supports farming fairness, responsible resources development and a plan to actually balance budget has been good for Saskatchewan. Now is not the time for a change to someone who is clearly not ready or the NDP that we can't afford. returning to big deficits and tax hikes will kill jobs, just look what they are doing in Alberta. On October 19th re-elect Rob Clarke and the Harper Conservatives #ProvenLeadership LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN CANADA FOR 23 MONTHS Released on September 4, 2015 Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was 4.7 per cent (seasonally adjusted) in August 2015, down from 5.2 per cent in July. For 23 straight months, Saskatchewan has had the lowest unemployment rate among the provinces. In August, the national unemployment rate was 7.0 per cent. “Saskatchewan continues to lead the nation with the lowest unemployment rate in large part due to the private sector creating new jobs,” Immigration, Jobs, Skills and Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said. “Small businesses in the province are more optimistic according to a recent poll by the Canadian Federation of Business (CFIB), they are creating jobs for Saskatchewan people, as well as creating growth that will help keep Saskatchewan strong.” The CFIB Business Optimism Barometer for August was released last week. It shows that optimism has rebounded in Saskatchewan, jumping more than seven points to 61.9 in August, the highest level since November 2014 and well ahead of the national index of 56.7. Employment reached an all-time high in the month of August, with 578,700 people working, up 1,600 (0.3 per cent) when compared to last August, and up 4,000 (0.7 per cent) compared to July (seasonally adjusted). Other highlights include: • Private sector employment was up 17,900 (up 5.5 per cent) from a year ago for the third consecutive month of year-over-year increases. • The number of people participating in the labour force (working and looking for work) reached an all-time high of 615,500. • Major year-over-year gains were reported for health care and social assistance up 7,300; accommodation and food services up 3,300; business, building and other support services up 3,200. • Off-reserve Aboriginal employment was up 1,700 (+3.9 per cent) for six consecutive months of year-over-year increases. • The youth unemployment rate was 10.0 per cent (seasonally adjusted), lowest among the provinces, and below the national rate of 13.1 per cent.
    7 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Rob ClarkeCongratulations to these great nursing students.
    8 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Joe OliverMet with Jack Lew US Sec'y of Treasury to discuss ec, fin'l & capital mkt issues re our 2 countries & global economy. http://t.co/VrDjYyuUvV #G20 #cdnpoli
    8 hours ago | Ontario, Eglinton—Lawrence
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    Earl DreeshenGreat turn out for the our corn on the cob event at our Olds Campaign Headquarters. Office is up and running so stop in and pick up a sign, volunteer or just say hello. We are located at the old Cam Clark Ford building on Highway 27.
    8 hours ago | Alberta, Red Deer
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    Joe OliverI am in Ankara to participate in G20 meetings. It is an important opportunity to discuss ways to deal with global instability and poor international growth. Today I met Jack Lew, the US Secretary of the Treasury to discuss economic, financial, and capital market issues between our two countries and the global economy.
    8 hours ago | Ontario, Eglinton—Lawrence
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    Stephen HarperLaureen and I had a great visit to the Yukon Brewing Company up in Whitehorse yesterday. Ryan Leef and I were treated to a tour of the brewery by owner Alan Hansen.
    8 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Rob ClarkeIt's worth remembering that the Conservative government has quadrupled infrastructure spending in Saskatchewan since 2006. Our plan increased transfers to our province for health and social services while achieving the balanced budget promise on time.
    8 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Maxime BernierVoici les images de ma visite d'hier au gym CrossFit Le Repère de Vallée-Jonction. Sur le terrain, je souligne les initiatives des entrepreneurs beaucerons!
    9 hours ago | Quebec, Beauce
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    Rob ClarkeAn important piece in the National Post, despite what the headlines say Canada's economy is still strong with consumer confidence and employment remaining strong. Economic activity in June was up and the effects of our low tax balanced budget plan is working.
    10 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Rodney WestonNothing better than going door-to-door on a nice evening.
    11 hours ago | New Brunswick, Saint John
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    11 hours ago | Ontario, Mississauga South
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    12 hours ago | Ontario, Mississauga South
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    Maxime BernierBon vendredi la Beauce! Aujourd'hui je me promène encore à travers le comté pour vous serrer la main! Je serai notamment au Club de golf de St-Georges pour le tournoi de golf de la Sûreté du Québec Beauce-Sartigan et je prendrai la parole en soirée aux Feux de St-Honoré. Venez me rencontrer!
    12 hours ago | Quebec, Beauce
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