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    Le 23 juin nous nous souvenons des victimes du terrorisme et montrons notre solidarité pour les familles touchées.… https://t.co/R4MkfpeH3v
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    Every June 23 we remember the victims of terrorism, and show our solidarity with the families of the victims.… https://t.co/wY7n2cbTsJ
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    On the Chinese head tax apology anniversary, I'm grateful for the outstanding contributions of Chinese-Canadians. https://t.co/SXdjGvaBTW
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    En cet anniversaire des excuses pour la taxe d’entrée des Chinois, je reconnais la contribution des Sino-Canadiens. https://t.co/SXdjGvaBTW
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    Thank you @SenatorLang for your service to Canadians and work on behalf of all Yukoners. Wishing you the best in your upcoming retirement!
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    Looking forward to the annual Cupar Lions AG supper tomorrow night! Always a great time. I'm always the first to go up for seconds...just so others don't feel awkward going back for more. #thoughtful
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    TRUDEAU SHOULD APOLOGIZE TO UNEMPLOYED SASKATCHEWAN WORKERS
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    Leaving the Southern Saskatchewan oil patch out of the new EI program is cold-hearted and vindictive. The Liberals are defending it as 'cold hard mathematics.' They are right. Their math is very cold. And it doesn't reflect the cold hard reality on the ground in the energy-producing areas of Saskatchewan. An unfair solution is no solution at all. But the bigger betrayal is the blocking of pipeline projects and the imposition of the carbon tax. There is no substitute for a job, and those jobs will only come back if we have a government that believes in our oil and gas sector.
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    LIBERAL AGRICULTURE POLICY IN BUDGET 2016 From the Liberal budget speech: "Wherever the sun shines and the wind blows, farmers and landowners can become energy producers, particularly for rural regions hurt by falling commodity prices." Nice imagery, but consider: The Liberals have backed off free trade deals and are promising a carbon tax. Both those policies spell trouble for ag producers. But the Liberals have a plan for you: windmills and solar panels.
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    The Liberals are borrowing far more than they told us they would during the election. None of the proposed spending is actually going to a jobs plan. Just massive new debt, and higher taxes to pay it back. It's going to be a long four years.
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