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Ritz & Hoback: Liberals admit U.S. duties on Canadian softwood lumber will lead to job losses
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Commerce imposed preliminary countervailing duties as high as 24 per cent on Canadian softwood lumber imports. In response, the Hon. Gerry Ritz, Official Opposition Critic for International trade, and Randy Hoback, Offici
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Liberal Judgment clouded by Marijuana Legislation
On Thursday April 13, just before the Easter long weekend, the Liberal Government tabled marijuana legislation in the House of Commons, to make it legal for anyone over the age of 18 to possess, grow and smoke marijuana.
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A gun registry by any other name is still a gun registry
Liberals will be pulling the trigger this spring on gun control legislation which will again target rural Canadians and legitimate gun owners. Conservatives will continue to defend the rights of responsible gun owners and law abiding citizens.
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Ritz & Anderson: Liberals Unable to Deliver Long Term Solution for Pulse Industry
On March 30th the Liberals announced that Canadian pulse exports destined for India will continue to be exempt from an import regulation requiring crop fumigation until June 30, 2017.
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Budget 2017: No balance insight
The Liberals have failed to develop a budget that demonstrates Canada is a leader on the world stage. Instead, this ‘wait-and-see’ budget allows the political climate in other countries to dictate Canada’s future. Conservatives will co
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Liberal Finance Minister continues imposing drywall duties on Western Canadians – No remission for Fort McMurray rebuilding efforts
“The Finance Minister’s announcement delivers more questions than answers and is absent of detail regarding ongoing duty rates and critical information on refunds owed to Western Canadians and the people of Fort McMurray,” explained Ger
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Health and Dental Tax still on the Table
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberals will not abandon any plans to tax Canadian health and dental plans. This tax could cost the average Canadian household an additional $1000 a year.
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