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Under threat of election, Tories pump cash into lumber towns

Funds geared to improving rural opportunities, PM insists, but NDP MP says move shows Tories ‘warming up the engines of the campaign jet’

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Budget watch: Under-the-radar tax expenditures keep on eating up cash

Credits and writeoffs, beloved by politicians, are attracting scrutiny as a source of

Under-the-radar tax expenditures keep on eating up cash

Credits and writeoffs, beloved by politicians, are attracting scrutiny as a source of

Diefenbunker survives as popular museum

Cold War fallout shelter for PMO draws 60,000 visitors a

New site sought for government command centre during emergency

Plans under way to move PMO to safe backup location in event of attack, documents

Visa fees apply to all non-exempt countries, UAE embassy says

Statement appears to suggest Canada isn’t being singled

Tough choices ahead as little-known pension changes take effect

Reforms were made in 2009 budget

Tough choices ahead as little-known pension changes take effect

Reforms were made in 2009 budget

Grits dismiss NDP-Tory détente as electioneering

Liberal finance critic Scott Brison squelches talk of ‘common

Tories soften tone with NDP ahead of 2011 budget

Conservatives speak of ‘common ground’ with their once-dismissed rivals who have become their only remaining dance

Budget watchdog lacks credibility, not cash: Jim Flaherty

Finance Minister says Kevin Page goes too far with his

No ‘dramatic’ spending cuts in the offing, says Flaherty

Finance Minister saying ‘No' to new programs but insists there won't be any major budgetary

Showdown over pension reforms pits Ottawa against provinces

Ottawa rejects CPP enhancements just days before federal and provincial finance ministers are to

Flaherty pitches private-sector retirement plan

But Finance Minister’s letter is silent on CPP enhancements ahead of key meeting with his provincial

Shelving CPP expansion, Flaherty pitches private-sector retirement plan

Finance Minister was unable to bring provinces on board for ‘modest’ enhancements to public pension

Provinces to push Ottawa on CPP improvements

Move happened just days before federal and provincial finance ministers are to

Showdown over pension reforms pits Ottawa against provinces

Ottawa rejects CPP enhancements just days before federal and provincial finance ministers are to

Ex-Tory aide leaked budget files to ‘friends’ he’d tapped for jobs

Russell Ullyatt's testimony provides glimpse into close ties with

Conservative aide leaked budget files to ‘friends’ he’d tapped for jobs

Russell Ullyatt's testimony provides glimpse into close ties with

Allegations of printing operation in MP’s office probed

Unusual twist in story of former political aide to Kelly

Ex-Tory aide applied to work at lobbying firms he leaked to

Russell Ullyatt lost job with MP after budget report was emailed

Next federal budget will have no guidance from Parliament

Leak of Commons finance committee’s prebudget report prompts its

Stung by allegations of inflated pay, native chiefs to open their books

Assembly of First Nations to vote on resolution promising more

Low-income seniors still face costly policy change, documents show

Despite PM’s assurances, Human Resources memo shows department proceeding with revised GIS

Revised GIS rules ‘cancelled,’ Finley insists

Statement comes after Human Resources memo suggests department proceeding with revised GIS

PM’s Air India plan too vague, victims’ families say

Government response to inquiry into 1985 bombing silent on many commission

Was the whistle blown on federal whistleblower?

Canadians will find out when the Auditor-General releases her report on the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner this

Deadline to slay deficit not set in stone, Jim Flaherty concedes

Finance Minister wants you to tell him whether books should be done sooner or later than

Government extends deadline for stimulus spending

Provinces and cities get another six months in which to finish infrastructure

One in four infrastructure projects will miss deadline, watchdog warns

Parliamentary Budget Officer issues grim prognosis ahead of expected Harper announcement on stimulus

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