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Pierre Laliberte

Opinion | BY PIERRE LALIBERTE | February 20, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivers last year's budget on April 7, 2022. By not maintaining simplified rules adopted in COVID for Canada's employment insurance program, the federal government has unwittingly helped to create the mess we are in now, writes Pierre Laliberté. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY PIERRE LALIBERTE | February 20, 2023
Opinion | BY PIERRE LALIBERTE | February 20, 2023
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivers last year's budget on April 7, 2022. By not maintaining simplified rules adopted in COVID for Canada's employment insurance program, the federal government has unwittingly helped to create the mess we are in now, writes Pierre Laliberté. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY JUDITH ANDREW, PIERRE LALIBERTE | June 27, 2018
Conservative MP Diane Finley, when she was human resources minister in 2012, ushered in the new Social Security Tribunal to replace work previously done by four separate tribunals. That didn't go well, say commissioners at the Employment Insurance Commission of Canada. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY JUDITH ANDREW, PIERRE LALIBERTE | June 27, 2018
Opinion | BY JUDITH ANDREW, PIERRE LALIBERTE | June 27, 2018
Conservative MP Diane Finley, when she was human resources minister in 2012, ushered in the new Social Security Tribunal to replace work previously done by four separate tribunals. That didn't go well, say commissioners at the Employment Insurance Commission of Canada. The Hill Times file photograph