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    International Women's Day - celebrating achievement, acknowledging the work remaining and renewing the drive for genuine equality.
    Mar 08, 2015 12:48 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Can you believe that one of Mr Harper's confidantes actually said this? Do you believe the apology? What sort of culture or mentality in Mr Harper's Caucus would lead anyone to blurt out such outrageous remarks? http://www.ipolitics.ca/2015/03/07/mp-and-former-harper-advisor-john-williamson-tfw-program-favours-brown-people-over-whities/
    Mar 07, 2015 6:55 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Happy to support Regina's "Big Sky Centre for Learning + Being Astonished" - doing great work for people with special needs.
    Mar 07, 2015 5:38 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    It's a sad day. Our thoughts and prayers are with our Cdn Forces - especially those in Iraq. Sincere sympathies to the family and comrades of the Cdn soldier who just lost his life, and best wishes for a complete recovery to those who were wounded.
    Mar 07, 2015 12:34 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Congratulations to Canada Post Heritage Club (Golden Sheaf Chapter) supporting Casey Foundation for Autism at Peg's Kitchen tonight
    Mar 06, 2015 4:58 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Nice crowd out tonight at Peg's Kitchen in Regina for a Ukrainian supper raising funds for The Casey Foundation for Autism
    Mar 06, 2015 3:44 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    HARPER GOVERNMENT SEEMS DISTRACTED, STALLED Stephen Harper seemed distracted in the House of Commons last week. In response to pointed questions about weak job creation and poor job quality, he rattled on about police investigations. He must have had Senator Mike Duffy on his mind. That's understandable. Mr. Harper once described Duffy as one of his "best" appointments. But a month from tomorrow, following a massive police investigation, Duffy goes on trial on 31 charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust. A long list of Mr. Harper's inner-circle -- from his office, his Party, the Senate and the House of Commons -- will be called to testify about that mysterious $90,000 payment made to Duffy by Mr. Harper's former Chief-of-Staff. What exactly was it for? What was expected in return? What happened to the Senate's forensic audit on Duffy? Was there any political intervention? And what did that former Chief-of-Staff mean in an email saying "we are good to go from the PM"? Issues like these might well be weighing on Mr. Harper. Or maybe he was thinking about another police investigation -- the one that resulted in formal charges against the Conservative Party for their "In-and-Out" money scam, a guilty plea, a conviction and the biggest penalty the law allows. Or maybe he was troubled by the police investigations of Patrick Brazeau (another of Mr. Harper's Senate choices), or Dean Del Mastro (his former Parliamentary Secretary, now convicted of election financing offences), or Michael Sona (the Conservative operative convicted of electoral fraud in the robo-call scandal), or Bruce Carson (another former Chief-of-Staff to Mr. Harper, now facing charges of influence peddling), or Arthur Porter (the man hand-picked by Mr. Harper to supervise Canada's spy agency, now in jail in Panama). And more. But political distractions aside, those original questions about jobs and the economy -- which Mr. Harper failed to answer -- remain critically important. The latest GDP figures released this week show Canadian economic growth is indeed slowing down. On average under the Harper regime, Canada's growth rate is the worst it's been in 80 years. And that's before you take into account the downturn in the energy sector. On jobs, according to an analysis this week by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, when you consider part-time vs full-time work, paid vs self-employment and compensation trends, job quality in Canada has sunk to its lowest level in more than two decades. In research published this week by Frank Graves of EKOS Polling, it appears that a strong majority of Canadians believe the middle-class is shrinking. They're pessimistic about the future and worry that the next generation is going to be worse off. In the latest "Consumerology" report this week from Bensimon Byrne, pessimism is again the predominant theme. In fact, most Canadians feel they're in a recession (even though it ended nearly six years ago). Two-thirds think the country needs a new and different economic plan. Mr. Harper's only plan is his bogus declaration of a surplus in 2015 so he can proceed with Income Splitting -- which will benefit only a tiny fraction of Canadian families, cost $12-billion over the current budgetary planning horizon, exacerbate inequality and do nothing to produce greater economic growth. Canadians know we can do better than this.
    Mar 06, 2015 1:32 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Glad to see Sask's Steve Laycock doing so well at this year's Brier Curling Championships in Calgary. Good luck in playoffs!
    Mar 06, 2015 1:01 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    The Artful Dodge across for Old Fire Hall Number-1 on 11th Ave is a great gathering place in the heart of Heritage neighbourhood.
    Mar 06, 2015 6:28 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Good for Stefani Langenegger on location this morning at the Artful Dodger celebrating Regina's Heritage District
    Mar 06, 2015 6:26 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Just had province-wide tele-health conference (20 locations) taking about federal tax measures applicable to people with disabilities. Good discussion. My thanks to MS Society (Sk) for arranging and to Wascana Rehab Centre in Regina for the facilities. Our purpose was to help ensure people with disabilities are fully aware of all credits + benefits they may take advantage of.
    Mar 05, 2015 7:26 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    My good friend Otto Dreidger, wise social activist, speaks to a full house today at Eastview Rotary Club in Regina
    Mar 05, 2015 10:41 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    As I tried to point out to Mr Harper in Question Period last week - poor job creation/job quality are important issues for Canadians http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/job-quality-in-canada-sinks-to-all-time-low-cibc-index-shows/article23303996/
    Mar 05, 2015 10:27 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Enjoyed meeting tonight with Josie Vantour at Regina Public Library and her class of newcomers, studying for Canadian citizenship exams.
    Mar 04, 2015 7:23 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Who’s to blame for Canada’s poor economic growth, tepid job creation, faltering job quality, stagnant incomes and ballooning household debt? http://lpc.ca/a599
    Mar 03, 2015 2:00 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Some interesting economic comparisons today in Lawrence Martin's column in The Globe and Mail http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/tories-liberals-who-are-the-better-economic-managers/article23252879/
    Mar 03, 2015 7:55 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    THE IMPERATIVE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH Middle-class Canadians and all those working so hard just to get to the middle-class have been waiting a long time for some buoyancy in the economy to lift their prospects. Stephen Harper says it’s all the fault of that nasty recession that sideswiped our economy and messed up all his government’s plans. But consider these facts: • That recession arrived in late 2008 and lasted less than a year. But Canadians are still struggling – nearly six years now after the recession ended. • When first elected in 2006, the Harper government inherited a large surplus, but quickly squandered Canada’s fiscal strength, putting the country back into deficit again BEFORE the recession; • The recession made it worse, but it was Mr. Harper’s reckless government that put Canada in a weakened and vulnerable position; • On Mr. Harper’s watch we’ve suffered poor economic growth, tepid job creation, faltering job quality, stagnant incomes and ballooning household debt. • And now there’s a major downturn in the energy sector with more lost investment, jobs and exports – so much so that Mr. Harper has actually punted the entire federal budget into the next fiscal year. This government has no credible agenda to drive greater economic growth. Growth is what’s needed to bolster the well-being of the middle-class. It’s also a key factor in balancing the government’s books. But with an average annual growth rate of barely 1.7% (the worst of any Prime Minister in 80 years), Mr. Harper is forced to resort to a grab-bag of gimmicks to concoct the appearance of “balance” – especially since he has already pre-spent any margin he may have had on his ill-advised Income Splitting scheme for the wealthy. So he lapses funding previously committed to veterans, security services and the fight against child pornography. He slashes environmental protection and other public safety programming. He sells off federal assets. He delays major investments in community infrastructure and new equipment for the military. He hikes taxes for five years in a row and rakes in an extra $5-billion from excessive Employment Insurance premiums. None of these gimmicks are sustainable. Neither do they contribute to meaningful growth. To truly deliver on the imperative of economic growth, the government should be increasing and accelerating federal support for community infrastructure. It should be tearing down barriers to all forms of post-secondary education and skills training. It should be investing in scientific research and innovation. It should be aggressively branding and marketing Canadian goods and services in global markets. And it should be working with provincial governments to reach a smart intersection between economic success and environmental integrity – because the latter is often the key to the former. But there’s no such leadership from this threadbare government.
    Mar 02, 2015 12:29 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Congrats to new CEO of YQR - Regina International Airport, Dick Graham, and thanks to predecessor Jim Hunter.
    Mar 02, 2015 8:15 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Regina's inimitable Thomas Siarkos dances among smashed plates during "An Evening in Greece" - all for Palliative Care
    Mar 01, 2015 3:31 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana

February

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    The day a courageous opposition leader in Russia is shot dead, HarperCons launch a juvenile trivia contest. Putin must be terrified!
    Feb 28, 2015 6:41 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Big "Evening in Greece" fundraiser tonight - hosted by Regina's terrific Greek community - proceeds to Palliative Care
    Feb 28, 2015 6:24 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Lee's restaurant in Regina is hosting its Lantern Festival tonight. Big crowd. Great food.
    Feb 28, 2015 5:40 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Mr. Harper refuses to account for his pathetically weak performance on job creation. http://lpc.ca/a51y
    Feb 28, 2015 12:00 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Happy to join Bill Morneau at a VERY SUCCESSFUL fundraiser for Jane Philpott in Markham-Stouffville. She's a winner!
    Feb 27, 2015 4:50 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    TEMPER TANTRUMS IN QUESTION PERIOD: Earlier this week, Social Development Minister Candice Bergen went off on an flight of fancy with false accusations about the economic record of previous Liberal governments. She was wrong about transfer payments, wrong about deficits, wrong about taxes and wrong about services. I wondered at the time how she could be so fundamentally mistaken about such important things. As it turns out, she must have been getting her cues from Stephen Harper -- as evidenced by his deceitful and erroneous tirade in the House of Commons yesterday. Perhaps not quite as juvenile as his Resources Minister, Greg Rickford, who was caught on camera sticking out his tongue at Liberal Geoff Regan (for asking Rickford why the Harper government was such a failure at getting pipelines approved and built), Mr. Harper was equally delinquent in failing to account for his pathetically weak performance on job creation. Here are the indisputable facts that I put before Parliament: * During the 9 years that Mr. Harper has been in office, the economy has generated only half the jobs that were produced in the 9 years immediately before he took power. * The recession (which he blames for everything) lasted less than one year and ended nearly 6 years ago, but still his jobs record is anemic. * Last year, Mr. Harper bragged about creating 186,000 new jobs, but when the real figures were published he had to slash that boast by one-third -- barely 120,000 jobs were generated in all of 2014. * That poor jobs number for 2014 was down from the year before, which was also down from the year before that. The country is drifting in the wrong direction and that's even before the "unambiguously negative" consequences of the slump in the energy sector. * There are 140,000 MORE jobless Canadians today than before the recession, particularly young people. * According to a study at York University, low-wage employment in Ontario has jumped by 50%. * An analysis by the OECD says Canada is among the three worst countries in the world right now for producing low-quality "crappy" jobs. * This government's own former Employment Minister (Jason Kenney) has loudly asserted that Canadian wage rates are barely keeping pace with inflation. * Part-time work is increasing -- all of it involuntarily. * The Bank of Canada says 200,000 young Canadians are now jobless or under-employed and likely "living in the basement". To these 10 pointed, factual criticisms, Mr. Harper had no reply but bluster and invective. I asked him directly if he thinks this record is good enough for Canada. He wouldn't answer. Mr. Harper's refusal to respond in any substantive way is an insult to all those hard-working Canadians who are trying their best to make a better living for themselves and their families. He's clearly not there for them. And voters will remember!
    Feb 27, 2015 8:22 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Mr Rickford was clearly trained in the "Harper School" of lost ethics and decorum. They behave like vandals! http://www.cbc.ca/news/community/tory-minister-greg-rickford-sticks-his-tongue-out-at-liberals-during-question-period-1.2974562
    Feb 27, 2015 5:35 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Here is the text of two economic questions I asked the Prime Minister today in Question Period in the House of Commons: Mr. Speaker, speaking of facts, in the nine years since the government took office, job creation has been half of what it was in the nine years before. The recession ended nearly six years ago, and still the Conservative's jobs record is anemic. Last year, they first bragged about creating 186,000 new jobs, but had to admit it was actually one-third less than that, barely 120,000 jobs, and that was down from the year before, which was down from the year before that. Why is the government such a failure at generating jobs? ... Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister would not recognize a balanced budget because he has never met one. There are 140,000 more jobless Canadians than six years ago. Job quality is suffering. York University says low wage employment in Ontario has jumped by 50%. The OECD said Canada is the third worst country in the world for crappy jobs. The government's former employment minister admits wages have barely kept pace with inflation. The Bank of Canada says 200,000 young Canadians are underemployed and living in the basement. Is that good enough for the government? ... In reply, Mr Harper had only personal slurs and insults. No substantive explanation for Canada's anemic jobs record. Not even an honest undertaking to try to do better.
    Feb 26, 2015 12:12 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    In Question Period, Mr. Harper hits a new ethical low. He cannot defend his pathetic jobs record, so he resorts to malicious character attacks. His personal weakness is so obvious when he climbs into the gutter as he did today -- almost as weak as his jobs record. And for the record, the politically-prompted investigation back in 2005 lasted 15 months and resulted in complete vindication.
    Feb 26, 2015 11:44 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Dean Daniels from Beardys FN in Sk opens the banquet for this year's Forum for Young Canadians in Ottawa
    Feb 25, 2015 7:40 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Meet Landon Mayes from Regina-Wascana (Miller HS) - my constituent at Forum for Young Canadians. Welcome!!!
    Feb 25, 2015 7:38 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    In Question Period today, I again asked the Minister of Transport about shortfalls in grain transportation -- government sounds indifferent. Just "moving grain" in bulk is not good enough. Details matter to get right grain to right place at right time at the right price. http://youtu.be/OE8RPtT_q6E
    Feb 25, 2015 12:16 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    In Question Period, Justin Trudeau says Stephen Harper's lack of relationship with US President Obama is partly why Keystone XL was vetoed. Mulroney and Reagan would have got Keystone XL done. Chretien and Clinton also. But under Mr Harper there's not progress. Securing market access is fundamental duty of the Prime Minister of Canada. But on pipelines, as on grain, the Harper regime has badly failed.
    Feb 25, 2015 12:08 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Strong editorial today in Regina's Leader-Post about Missing + Murdered Aboriginal Women http://www.leaderpost.com/news/Editorial+many+victims+little+change/10840762/story.html
    Feb 25, 2015 6:22 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Here are the remarks I made today to the AGM of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture http://ralphgoodale.ca/speeches-1/speech-canadian-federation-agricultures-annual-meeting-2015/ #CFA2015
    Feb 24, 2015 2:48 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Speaking at the Canadian Federation of Agriculture's annual general meeting in Ottawa #cfa2015
    Feb 24, 2015 12:36 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    QUESTION PERIOD FACT CHECK: Sometimes you have to be pretty thick-skinned to withstand the ludicrous blather from Harper government Ministers in Question Period in the House of Commons. But there comes a point when you have to draw the line. Bare-faced falsehoods have to be called out. Today, the Minister of State for Social Development (Candice Bergen) was thoroughly wrong in her wild accusations against Canada's previous Liberal government. To avoid the conclusion that her remarks were deliberately deceitful, I will assume she was just grossly misinformed. She said this: ""Mr. Speaker, what Canadian families know is that under the Liberals transfer payments to the provinces went down, deficits went up, taxes went up, services went down."" In fact, when Liberals finished their term in office at the beginning of 2006, transfer payments to the provinces were at an all-time record high and locked in for annual increases every year for the subsequent 10 years. There were no deficits. Liberals balanced the books in 1997 - after 27 consecutive years of red ink - and left to our successors a legacy of 9 consecutive surplus budgets. Because we had the strongest fiscal record of any country in the western world, both debt and taxes were falling faster than ever before. Under Liberals, Canada's debt to GDP ratio was effectively slashed in half. Among other tax reductions (especially EI payroll taxes reductions), we were also implementing significant personal income tax cuts -- which, by the way, the new Harper government quickly cancelled with the consequent effect of increasing the PIT burden on ordinary Canadians. Overall public services being provided to Canadians at the time of the government change in 2006 were substantially more robust than those existing today - after years of Harper government program and service cuts. Ms Bergen is entitled to her own opinion. But she is not entitled to invent her own facts. #####
    Feb 23, 2015 2:58 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    HarperCons have failed to generate decent economic growth, so they resort to concocting the appearance of balanced budget. 70% of Infrastructure Fund punted past 2019. $1 billion clawed from Vets. $10 billion gone from DND. Mounties can't keep up with child porn. And why all these foolish cuts to fundamentals? So those earning $233,000 can get the biggest tax break. Not smart policy.
    Feb 23, 2015 11:50 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    In Question Period, HarperCons cannot slither away from hard facts - this government has the worst economic growth record (1.7%) in 80 years. Since theycame to power in 2006, job creation in Canada is less than half of what it was before they came to powe + wage growth has declined by nearly one-third --- yet still no plan for growth or fairness.
    Feb 23, 2015 11:40 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    CANADIAN MIDDLE CLASS DISAPPOINTED, FRUSTRATED I asked several questions in Parliament last week about the economic concerns of Canada's middle-class. The Harper government just brushed them aside, asserting middle-class Canadians have no cause for complaint. They've never had it so good - according to Stephen Harper. This will come as "news" to millions of Canadians who are having a tough time coping with the cost of living and just getting by, let alone getting ahead. Over the past 30 years, median after-tax family incomes in Canada have increased by a mediocre 14% - that's less than half a percentage point per year on average. The stagnation of Canadian earnings has been confirmed repeatedly by none other than former Employment Minister, Jason Kenney. Before he was shuffled to the Defence portfolio, he frequently noted that wage rates in Canada have been seriously disappointing for at least six years because they've barely kept pace with inflation. At the same time, household debt has ballooned to a weighty burden of 164% of disposable incomes. And there is growing concern in the Bank of Canada and among international financial observers about our housing market becoming unsustainable. Middle-class families worry about affording the post-secondary education their kids are going to need to get started on good careers. Youth unemployment and under-employment is stuck at double-digit levels. Opportunities are limited. Job quality is poor. In 40% of empty-nester households, their adult children have moved back home (or never left) because they couldn't yet make a go it on their own. From the Pew Institute to the Conference Board of Canada, there are escalating worries about this "younger" generation not being able to do as well as their parents did. The expectation of progress - of upward mobility from one generation to the next - can no longer be taken for granted. Neither can we automatically count on secure retirements. Three-quarters of those working in the private sector don't have a decent company pension plan. For most in the middle-class, there's little room for private savings. The typical 35-year old today is saving less than half of what his/her parents did at that age. Among those who are already within a decade of likely retirement, a majority have less than a couple of years of income set aside. And still, Mr. Harper killed Income Trusts which vaporized $25-billion from the savings accounts of some two million Canadians. He postponed the eligibility age for Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Income Supplement, taking close to $30,000 from the most vulnerable elderly. And he staunchly vetoes any proposed improvements in the Canada Pension Plan. Mr. Harper's economic growth record is the worst of any Prime Minister in 80 years. In his nine years in office, the economy has generated fewer than half the jobs that Canada created in the nine years before him. His trade "balance" has mostly been in deficit. He has increased taxes in each of his last five budgets. And still he's saddled every man, woman and child in Canada with nearly $5,000 in new federal government debt. It's for reasons like these that a great many middle-class Canadians are disappointed in Mr. Harper's performance. And for the future, all they hear is more of the same. That's not good enough. To rebuild a sense of hope and momentum once again, Canada urgently needs a fresh, energized government that will invest in the drivers of economic growth and always strive to be transparent and fair.
    Feb 23, 2015 6:01 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    TSN in foreground. Stefanie Lawton's Team Sask behind the scoreboard at MJ's Mosaic Place, ready for Scottie's Bronze game
    Feb 22, 2015 12:18 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Sk Roughriders Pep Band ready to light up crowd for the final 2 games of 2015 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in MooseJaw
    Feb 22, 2015 12:16 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    MooseJaw's Mosaic Stadium ready for this afternoon's Bronze Medal Women's Curling Game btwn Team Sk + TeamCda
    Feb 22, 2015 12:15 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Candy+Clement Hui welcome all guests to New Year's Party - Lunar Year 4713, the Year of the Ram. Kung Hay Fat Choy!
    Feb 21, 2015 5:37 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Fast-moving Lion Dancers open Lunar New Year celebration tonight hosted by Regina Chinese Benevolent Association
    Feb 21, 2015 5:11 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Proud to join a great many Reginans in celebrating Heritage Languages Day in Sask #imld
    Feb 21, 2015 11:17 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Athletes' Oath and Torch at the official opening of Sask Special Olympics Winter Games.
    Feb 20, 2015 6:58 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Big crowd of athletes, coaches, volunteers + families celebrate the opening of Sask Special Olympics Winter Games in Regina!
    Feb 20, 2015 6:57 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    HarperCons have increased federal government debt by $157 billion, increased taxes in last 5 budgets + slashed services (for Veterans, public safety, etc). And what do Canadians have to show for it? A "no growth" economy. Weak job creation. More Inequality. And no sign of a Budget!
    Feb 20, 2015 9:35 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    In Question Period: the Harper government says giving the biggest Income Splitting tax break to those at $233,000 is best they can do for fairness. The Harper government is oblivious to stagnant middle-class incomes, household debt at 164%, three-quarters of Canadians without a private pension. Late Minister Flaherty said this Income Splitting scheme is too expensive ($12 billion over planning cycle) + unfair (only 14% of households qualify).
    Feb 20, 2015 8:43 am | Saskatchewan, Wascana
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    Here's an exchange on the economy from QP today. Just the usual spin from the government. http://youtu.be/wO6F7AN8iy0
    Feb 19, 2015 12:29 pm | Saskatchewan, Wascana

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