Our Conservative Government Has Delivered for Seniors
Our Government Has Delivered for Seniors
Federal Support for Health Care Set to Grow from Record Levels in 2013-14
Ottawa -The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, today reaffirmed that the Canada Health Transfer (CHT) will reach a record high level of $30.3 billion in 2013-14, providing provinces and territories with long-term, predictable and sustainable funding to support the effective front-line delivery of health care services to Canadians and their families.Read More
A Federal Budget First: St. Catharines Front and Center!
Dykstra welcomes budget measure that ensures long term viability of local shipyard
St. Catharines – MP Rick Dykstra says today’s budget is more proof that St. Catharines is back on the political landscape in Ottawa.Included in today’s budget, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s eighth since the Conservatives took office in 2006, is up to $5 million in 2013-14 to support the rehabilitation of the Port Weller Dry Docks.Read More
IMF Staff Report Confirms Effectiveness of Harper Government’s Approach to Economic Management
The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, today welcomed the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Staff Report on Canada, which acknowledges the effectiveness and appropriateness of the Harper Government’s fiscal and financial sector policies and its commitment to return to balanced budgets.Read More
Announcing the Eighth Annual Rick Dykstra Invitational Golf Tournament
Spring is rapidly approaching and you know what that means—golf!!
The inquiries regarding this year’s tournament are already coming in so I want to make sure you mark the NEW DATE of Monday, June 24th as the day for the 8th Annual Rick Dykstra Invitational Golf Classic!Read More
Canada’s Average Growth Will Lead G7 Nations In The Next 50 Years: OECD
Huffington Post- OTTAWA – The 21st century may not exactly belong to Canada, but according to a major world economic body the country is going to do pretty well.In fact, the Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development sees Canada among the world’s leading economic lights over the next 50 years.Read More
Jesse Kline: Canadians reap rewards of sensible management
Jesse Kline | While Americans frame their 2012 presidential election as a clash between fundamentally differing views on how best to bring the country out of an economic downturn, Canadians have the good fortune of being able to sit back and watch, secure in the knowledge that our own recovery continues apace.Read More