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by Contributor on Friday Feb 26 2010

With Parliament prorogued, the Harper government has been busy wrapping up a last-minute and lop-sided deal with the U.S. on how to handle the ‘Buy American’ provisions in their 2009 stimulus legislation. With just a few days left before the bidding was closed on the $275-billionUS stimulus fund, 98 per cent of which was already committed, the deal was finally signed on Feb.

by Contributor on Friday Feb 26 2010

With Parliament prorogued, the Harper government has been busy wrapping up a last-minute and lop-sided deal with the U.S. on how to handle the ‘Buy American’ provisions in their 2009 stimulus legislation. With just a few days left before the bidding was closed on the $275-billionUS stimulus fund, 98 per cent of which was already committed, the deal was finally signed on Feb.

by Contributor on Friday Feb 26 2010

With Parliament prorogued, the Harper government has been busy wrapping up a last-minute and lop-sided deal with the U.S. on how to handle the ‘Buy American’ provisions in their 2009 stimulus legislation. With just a few days left before the bidding was closed on the $275-billionUS stimulus fund, 98 per cent of which was already committed, the deal was finally signed on Feb.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

Shame on you Mr. Gordon Campbell!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

Shame on you Mr. Gordon Campbell!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

Shame on you Mr. Gordon Campbell!

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

Shame on you Mr. Gordon Campbell!

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

The Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) program recently came to an end. By all accounts it was such a success that people are clamouring for the government to continue the credit for another year. New Democrats agree, and are calling for the credit to be maintained and enhanced to promote energy-efficient, green technology for home improvements.

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

The Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) program recently came to an end. By all accounts it was such a success that people are clamouring for the government to continue the credit for another year. New Democrats agree, and are calling for the credit to be maintained and enhanced to promote energy-efficient, green technology for home improvements.

by Alex Atamanenko on Wednesday Feb 24 2010

The Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) program recently came to an end. By all accounts it was such a success that people are clamouring for the government to continue the credit for another year. New Democrats agree, and are calling for the credit to be maintained and enhanced to promote energy-efficient, green technology for home improvements.

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