Monday, Dec. 18, 2017
It seems only fair that Canadians should get to see that advice and have a say before final decisions are handed down. That advice is costing Canadians $90,000 a day, for a total of $19.8-million by March 2012, when the contract might get renewed.
The government must now recommit to strengthening and expanding services to Canadians who continue to struggle with unemployment and debt. These Canadians must not be left behind in the search for economic recovery.
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