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    Here are some photos from our luncheon honoring Jim Flaherty on October 7th. We were graced by the presence of Mrs.Laureen Harper, Christine Elliott, Mike Harris, Fina Scroppo of The Healthy Italian by Fina Scroppo. Special thanks to Cheese Boutique for donating the most exquisite cheese platter! What a day!
    Oct 10, 2014 1:34 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

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    Thanks Jim Flaherty for your many years of dedicated service to Canada. Good luck on the next chapter.
    Mar 18, 2014 3:35 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    "Many thanks to the Hon. Jim Flaherty for his many years of public service and as what some called 'the world's best finance minister.' I personally thank Min. Flaherty for championing budget measures to improve adoption outcomes and to assist Canadians with disabilities; and for his unwavering commitment to our auto industry, its workers, their families, and the communities who rely on it. Wishing Minister Flaherty well in his next endeavours."
    Mar 18, 2014 1:56 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    #Breaking news: Finance minister Jim Flaherty resigns, with plans to return to private sector. READ: http://on-msn.com/1ePvIF1
    Mar 18, 2014 1:20 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

February

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    Today, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty introduced Economic Action Plan 2014 – the next step in our plan for job creation and economic growth. Canada’s recovery from the recent global recession has been among the strongest in the world with over 1 million more Canadians now working than at the worst of the recession – the best job creation record among all G-7 countries, including Germany. But we all know there is still more to do. Too many Canadians are still looking for work and the global economic recovery remains fragile at best, especially in Europe and the United States. That’s why our Government is staying squarely focused on the economy. We’re moving forward with a positive plan that will help create jobs and grow our economy, all while keeping taxes low and remaining on track for balanced budgets in 2015. Economic Action Plan 2014 includes key measures to support Ontario families and strengthen our economy, while keeping taxes low and returning to balanced budgets in 2015, including: • Launching the Canada Job Grant: so that Canadians can get the skills training they need to get in-demand jobs. • Creating the Canada Apprentice Loan: which will provide apprentices in Red Seal trades access to over $100 million in interest-free loans each year. • Launching a Job Matching Service: this new service will automatically match Canadians looking for work with employers looking to hire them. • Increasing Paid Internships for Young Canadians: investing $55 million to create paid internships for recent graduates in small and medium-sized businesses and in high-demand fields. • Helping Older Workers Get Back to Work: investing $75 million in the Targeted Initiative for Older Workers to support older workers who want to participate in the job market. • Cutting Red Tape for Small Business: cutting 800,000 payroll remittances for 50,000 small businesses. • Making Landmark Investments in Research & Innovation: $1.5 billion over the next decade for research at universities through the Canada First Research Excellence Fund. • Conserving Canada’s Natural Heritage: investing in Canada’s national parks and historic canals, conserving recreational fisheries, expanding tax relief for the environmental conservation of lands, encouraging clean energy generation with tax relief to new green technologies, and more. • Supporting Families: enhancing tax relief for families adopting a child, expanding tax relief for health-related services, capping wholesale wireless rates to make service more affordable, cracking down on cross-border price discrimination, and more. • Strengthening Communities: improving broadband in rural and remote communities, establishing a $200 million National Disaster Mitigation Program to help communities prepare for natural disasters, introducing a Search and Rescue Volunteers Tax Credit, and more. • Standing Up for Victims of Crime: implementing the Victim’s Bill of Rights and proving funding for a DNA-based Missing Persons Index. Equally important, our Plan keeps Canada on track to balance the budget in 2015. From Greece to Detroit, we’ve seen the consequences of governments that don’t focus on putting their fiscal house in order. Balanced budgets do more than signal stability and make Canada a more attractive place to invest, they also keep taxes low and ensure our children and grandchildren aren’t saddled with our debt. For more information on Economic Action Plan 2014 and how it can benefit you, I encourage you to visit www.actionplan.gc.ca
    Feb 11, 2014 6:21 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Feb 11, 2014 6:09 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Government tables Economic Action Plan 2014 Le gouvernement dépose le Plan d’action économique 2014
    Feb 11, 2014 6:09 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Feb 11, 2014 3:59 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Government tables Economic Action Plan 2014 Le gouvernement dépose le Plan d’action économique 2014
    Feb 11, 2014 3:58 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Today is the big day! Be sure to follow along on Twitter and don't miss the livestream at 4:00 PM ET: http://actionplan.gc.ca/ C’est aujourd’hui le grand jour! Assurez-vous de suivre les nouvelles sur Twitter, et ne manquez pas la diffusion en direct à 16 h (HE) : http://plandaction.gc.ca/
    Feb 11, 2014 8:41 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

December

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    Las películas de Lotte Eisner - Ciclo en el Malba El 25 de noviembre se cumplieron 30 años de la muerte de Lotte Eisner, uno de los personajes más singulares de la historia del cine. Crítica de cine en revistas como Cahiers du Cinéma y Sight and Sound, historiadora del cine alemán, curadora en jefe de la Cinemateca Francesa durante 30 años y figura inspiradora de los cineastas del Nuevo Cine Alemán, esa mujer de aspecto frágil es la autora de La pantalla diabólica, una de las obras esenciales sobre el cine expresionista alemán, reeditada este año en Buenos Aires por El cuenco de plata. Este ciclo rescata la figura de Eisner en sus múltiples facetas de historiadora, archivista, crítica e impulsora del Nuevo Cine Alemán. Las películas de Lotte Eisner son las que le gustaban, las que la incitaban a escribir y las que, de una u otra forma, marcaron su biografía. El ciclo traza un recorrido posible para acercarse a una figura esencial de la historia del cine. Se verán films de, entre otros, Carl T. Dreyer, Robert Flaherty, Werner Herzog, Fritz Lang, Kenji Mizoguchi, Friedrich Murnau y Jean Renoir. Grilla de programación Jueves 5 de diciembre 21:00 El triunfo de la voluntad, de Leni Riefenstahl 23:00 Ugetsu, de Kenji Mizoguchi Viernes 6 de diciembre 18:00 A capa y espada, de Fritz Lang 20:00 El extraviado, de Peter Lorre Sábado 7 de diciembre 24:00 Vampyr, de Carl T. Dreyer Domingo 8 de diciembre 18:00 Fata Morgana, de Werner Herzog 20:00 Los sobornados, de Fritz Lang 22:00 Metrópolis, de Fritz Lang + MV Jueves 12 de diciembre 21:00 El ángel azul, de Josef von Sternberg 23:00 París-Texas, de Wim Wenders Viernes 13 de diciembre 18:00 Los verdugos también mueren, de Fritz Lang 20:30 Louisiana story, de Robert Jim Jim Flaherty Domingo 15 de diciembre 18:00 El Sena reencuentra París, de Joris Ivens + Un día de campo, de Jean Renoir 20:00 Nosferatu, de Friedrich W. Murnau + MV 22:00 El gabinete del Dr. Caligari, de Robert Wiene + MV Jueves 19 de diciembre 21:00 Amanecer, de Friedrich W. Murnau + MV 23:00 Esposas imprudentes, de Erich von Stroheim Viernes 20 de diciembre 18:00 Ordet, de Carl T. Dreyer 20:30 Tabú, de Friedrich W. Murnau Domingo 22 de diciembre 18:00 La gran ilusión, de Jean Renoir 20:00 El acorazado Potemkin, de Sergei Eisenstein + MV 22:00 El Golem, de Carl Boese y Paul Wegener + MV Jueves 26 de diciembre 21:00 Fausto, de Friedrich W. Murnau + MV 23:00 Monsieur Verdoux, de Charles Chaplin Viernes 27 de diciembre 18:00 La regla del juego, de Jean Renoir 20:00 Mientras duerme Nueva York, de Fritz Lang Domingo 29 de diciembre 18:00 Codicia, de Erich von Stroheim + MV 20:30 La pasión de Juana de Arco, de Carl T. Dreyer + MV 22:00 El fantasma de Henri Langlois, de Jacques Richard Entrada general: $30. Estudiantes y jubilados: $15. Películas con música en vivo: $45. Estudiantes y jubilados: $22. Abono: $135. Estudiantes y jubilados: $67. Socios Club La Nación Premium: 2 X 1 en entradas. MALBA-Fundación Costantini Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415 C1425CLA Buenos Aires, Argentina +54 (11) 4808-6500 www.malba.org.ar
    Dec 05, 2013 10:27 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Delighted to join Jim Flaherty in hosting a breakfast reception for the International Day for Persons with Disabilities earlier today. Ravi d'accueillir avec Jim Flaherty le déjeuner-réception pour la Journée internationale des personnes handicapées
    Dec 03, 2013 6:22 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

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    "Our Government is committed to helping more people with disabilities be employed by encouraging inclusive workplaces and removing barriers to employment, but we can’t do it alone. Employers in the private sector also have a key role in employing Canadians with disabilities.”
    Jan 16, 2013 11:51 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the Government's Venture Capital Action Plan to improve access to venture capital financing by high-growth companies so that they have the capital they need to create jobs and growth.
    Jan 14, 2013 1:04 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Today, Statistics Canada announced +39,800 net new jobs were created in December, with the unemployment rate falling to a post-recession low of 7.1%.With December’s job growth and the over 922,000 net new jobs created since July 2009 (90% full-time and 75% private sector), we’re on the right track for the Canadian economy and jobs. The upcoming Economic Action Plan 2013 will build on our Government’s pro-growth initiatives to support job growth and long-term prosperity for Canadians.
    Jan 04, 2013 6:27 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

December

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    “Over the last few years, we have made government spending more efficient and effective. Now we need to hear more specifics from Canadians about how we can achieve the best use of taxpayers’ dollars.” The Government invites all Canadians to take part in the pre-budget consultation process. To voice your opinion, head over to the Department of Finance webpage and submit your recommendations online. Cross-country consultations will continue into the new year, with venues and details to be announced as they become available.
    Dec 20, 2012 9:44 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Tomorrow is Jim Flaherty's Blood Donor Clinic at St. Mark's United Church in Whitby. The clinic will be open on Tuesday, Dec. 18 from 3 to 7 p.m. at 201 Centre St. S., Whitby. Help save lives this holiday season by giving the gift of blood. Visit www.blood.ca for more information.
    Dec 17, 2012 6:38 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    “We are pleased that Standard & Poor’s has confirmed our federal government’s top credit rating, while pointing to the effectiveness and stability of our policymaking, the resilience of our economy, and the strength of our monetary and fiscal flexibility."
    Dec 11, 2012 6:00 am | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa
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    Happy Holidays from Jim Flaherty
    Dec 10, 2012 1:08 pm | Ontario, Whitby—Oshawa

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