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Prime Minister Harper's Letter to Caucus - Jan 2012

Prime Minister Harper's Letter to Caucus - Jan 2012

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Published by David Akin
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's letter to his caucus ahead of the 2012 parliamentary sessions.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's letter to his caucus ahead of the 2012 parliamentary sessions.

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Published by: David Akin on Jan 15, 2012
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January 15, 2012Dear Colleague:2011 was quite a year. Canadians entrusted us with a strong, stable, national, majorityConservative Government and we have delivered. We have continued to implement ourlow-tax plan for jobs and growth – a plan that is working. We have provided marketingfreedom for grain farmers, expanded trade and moved forward with the Border ActionPlan with the United States. However, there is much more to do.Canadians have consistently told us the economy is their top priority. They areconcerned about their jobs, their families and their financial security. We have listened totheir concerns and we have acted with Canada’s Economic Action Plan: our low-tax planfor jobs and growth. Since 2009, Canada’s economy has created nearly 600,000 new jobs and our economic performance is the envy of other advanced countries.Our Government’s top priority in 2012 will continue to be the economy. With theongoing economic instability in Europe and the continued slow economic growth in theUnited States, it is clear the global economy is still very fragile. Too many Canadians arestill rightly concerned about their jobs, their savings and their family budgets. OurConservative Government will continue to focus on creating jobs and economic growth.Over the coming months, we will be busy planning and preparing
 Economic Action Plan2012
 Economic Action Plan 2012
will continue our low-tax plan for jobs and growth. Itwill focus on key areas that will lead to stronger growth and job creation such as:
Expanding trade and opening new markets - for the export of Canadiangoods and services to help our businesses expand and grow.
Investing in research and development – so that new technologies translateinto jobs for Canadians and opportunities for Canadian entrepreneurs.
Contributing to skills training – to help get people into the right jobs and toaddress skills shortages that hold back growth.
Eliminating red tape - that stifles growth and kills jobs, so we can supporteconomic growth and entrepreneurship.
Keeping taxes low – to help families balance their budgets and to provide acompetitive business environment that supports job-creating investment andexpansion.
Controlling debt and deficits – to ensure Canada avoids the debt crisisplaguing many developed countries by gradually eliminating our deficit fromnow to 2015.

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