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    Art LoweLibertarian Party of Canada - Parti Libertarien du Canada Justin Trudeau is not the alternative to Harper that Canada needs. Join: www.libertarian.ca/join Donate: www.libertarian.ca/donate
    Wed 10:11 pm | British Columbia, Victoria
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    Wed 8:02 pm | Ontario, Prince Edward—Hastings
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    Karen LudwigGood day knocking on doors in Village of McAdam. Thank you Beth and Tamie for your help today. #RealChange
    Wed 7:20 pm | New Brunswick, New Brunswick Southwest
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    Wed 4:27 pm | New Brunswick, New Brunswick Southwest
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    Art Lowewhat do you think?
    Wed 4:23 pm | British Columbia, Victoria
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    Wed 2:41 pm | Ontario, Prince Edward—Hastings
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    Rob ClarkeResponsible resource development creates jobs, fuels growth and promotes prosperity across the country. It is a major driver of our local economy and these jobs are at risk if the Liberals or NDP are elected. The mining sector is particularly critical to Canada’s economy with over 380,000 Canadians employed in mining and thousands more employed indirectly. Since 2006, our government has helped to support mining exploration, investment and jobs through the Mineral Exploration Tax Credit. Today, Prime Minister Harper announced that a re-elected Conservative Government will extend the existing tax credit for three years. We’ll also provide an enhanced tax credit for Northern and remote projects to help support potential mines that face higher costs because of their remote location. Unlike the Liberals and NDP, l support responsible resource development, we’ll help create resource sector jobs and ensure Canada remains world-leader in mining and mining supplier industries. Photo is of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and my colleague Michelle Rempel and I in La Ronge, Saskatchewan during an announcement by the PM for more funding for mining skills-training at Northlands College July 30, 2014.
    Wed 11:00 am | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Adnan ShahbazAn article on the Youth Forum 'debate' published by local newspaper. My first chance to interact with all of the other candidates (except the Conservative in ONB - a no show) and the feedback I have received is positive. People in the riding are realizing that there is a strong Green option this election. #ONBGreen http://www.burlingtongazette.ca/?p=41335
    Wed 10:17 am | Ontario, Prince Edward—Hastings
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    Adnan Shahbaz"A statistical analysis of the Conservative government's changes to environmental laws and procedures suggests Ottawa has "all but abandoned" attempts to protect Canada's lakes and rivers." Is this the leadership we want?
    Wed 8:43 am | Ontario, Prince Edward—Hastings
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    Art LoweLibertarian Party of Canada - Parti Libertarien du Canada Your only choice for scandal-free fiscal conservatism is the Libertarian Party of Canada! Join: www.libertarian.ca/join Donate: www.libertarian.ca/donate
    Wed 8:42 am | British Columbia, Victoria
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    Rob ClarkeFamilies in my riding know that things are better with the Conservatives. From income splitting, to the expanded Universal Child Care Benefit, increased support for veterans and new savings for seniors. Our low tax, balanced budget plan is working. We have posted a $5 billion surplus in the first quarter of this year after introducing a balanced budget as promised this spring. “Our Government’s plan is anchored by prudent economic management and a commitment to help hard-working Canadian families buy and invest in their homes, cover the costs of child care, save for a child’s education, and prepare for retirement,” saidPrime Minister this week. “By controlling spending, balancing the budget, and keeping our debt low, we can provide real help to Canadian parents while fuelling economic growth at the same time.” The Harper Government has provided substantial tax relief in every budget since 2006 and the typical family with children is now receiving tax relief and increased benefits of up to $6,600 per year. This includes (but is not limited to): •Cutting the GST from seven to six to five percent •Establishing and expanding the Universal Child Care Benefit •Enacting the Family Tax Cut •Increasing the annual Childcare Expense Deduction Limit •Introducing and doubling the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit This tax relief and enhanced benefits is rooted in a foundation of solid fiscal management based on controlling spending, eliminating the deficit, and keeping Canada’s debt levels at the lowest level in the G-7 by far. The Department of Finance reported last week that the federal government recorded a $5 billion budget surplus in the first three months of the current fiscal year. “As a result of our careful economic and fiscal plan, we’re able to let Canadian families keep more of their hard-earned money for their own needs and priorities,” the Prime Minister said. “The budget is balanced, taxes are lower, and benefits for parents are higher. Our plan is working.” Prime Minister Harper pointed out that his Government’s hard work to lower taxes and enhance benefits for Canadian parents would be lost if Justin Trudeau’s Liberals or Thomas Mulcair’s NDP were elected. Both would add billions of dollars in new federal spending, plunging the country back into deficit. And both would take away tax relief and enhanced benefits from Canadian families, and add billions more in new taxes. Neither leader has been up-front about the impact their unsustainable fiscal plans would have on Canadians, meaning that Canadian families face a real and serious financial risk with either Justin’s Liberals or Mulcair’s NDP. "Justin’s ongoing deficits and higher taxes would hurt Canadian families. And Canadian families just can’t afford Thomas Mulcair and the NDP,” noted the Prime Minister. “The choice is clear: only the Conservative Government can be trusted to keep the budget balanced and keep taxes low and benefits in place for all Canadian families.”
    Wed 8:21 am | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Rob ClarkeHappy Birthday Saskatchewan. Our best days are still to come.
    Wed 8:15 am | Saskatchewan, Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
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    Karen LudwigA driver waved while she drove past me. Then when stopped at the stop sign, got out and walked to my car to wish me luck in the election. She lives on Deer Island. #RealChange
    Wed 5:09 am | New Brunswick, New Brunswick Southwest
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    Wed 3:37 am | New Brunswick, New Brunswick Southwest

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