Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Pre-Budget Quickie


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Hopefully some may have time to look at the predictions and such before the speech.  Others will be able to compare what was predicted with reality.

All things working out there will be something before tomorrow morning.

Depends on how efficient the media are.

         Joe
A speech we'd like to hear 
http://www.canada.com/nationalpost/news/editorialsletters/story.html?id=cbfd5045-6601-4d23-96be-4f734d1ae489

Tory throne speech promises tax cuts, Afghan vote; says no way to meet Kyoto
http://www.recorder.ca/cp/National/071016/n1016122A.html

Federal Tories ignore local executive, declare renegade MP's riding vacant
http://www.recorder.ca/cp/National/071016/n1016118A.html


Throne Speech leaked

No 'poison pill' in Throne Speech, sources say

Ex-Dion adviser is now the Prime Minister's secret weapon Comment

Anatomy of a Conservative strategy

Income tax cuts among Conservative promises


Parliament to hear Harper's plan
Conservatives set for crucial throne speech CBC News
Liberals take hit in support, Tories unchanged: poll CTV.ca
BBC News - Edmonton Sun - Fort Frances Times - Toronto Star
all 180 news articles »

> Dion's Quebec lieutenant quits: report
> Dion loses Quebec lieutenant, seeks replacement

> Federal Conservatives ignore local executive; declare renegade MP's riding vacant

> Casey 'made his choice,' Conservatives say

> PM appoints second elected senator

> Albertan becomes 2nd elected senator

> Parliament to hear Harper's plan

> No 'poison pill' in Throne Speech, sources say

> Harper aims to turn up political heat on Dion with throne speech

> Canada opposition set to avoid triggering election

> Dion faces power of the throne

> Throne out a trap

> Parliament is back, but will anything be different from the last session-

> Economic concerns may trigger fall election, analysts say

> Throne speech to focus on economy, crime- Van Loan

> Harper May Open Canadian Parliament With Tax Cuts, Crime Bills

> Conservatives set for crucial throne speech

> Income tax cuts among Conservative promises

> Quebec legislature resumes after summer break

> Clinton returns to Canada for speaking engagement

> Tory majority seen as a long shot

> Liberals take hit in support, Tories unchanged- poll

> Government shelves media centre plan

> Canadians eager to oust Harper, May says

> May slams PM, outlines Green platform

> Chrétien's book revives spectre of house divided

> Ex-minister denies Martin to blame for Kandahar mission

> Martin set limits for Afghan mission

> Backlash looms over Harper's tough stand with maverick MP - NS ...

> Fage throws support behind fellow outcast Casey

> Ex-Dion adviser is now the Prime Minister's secret weapon

> Tories target specific ethnic voters

> Anatomy of a Conservative strategy

> Tories offering supporters spin tips

Green platform touts 'smart growth'  


Le lieutenant québécois de Dion démissionne

Dion n'annoncera pas sa position ce soir

Sondage : les conservateurs en tête

Les conservateurs auraient ciblé certaines communautés culturelles à séduire


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