Do you think it’s easy to make priorities?

How many number one priorities can the government have?
More than one, it seems.

A survey of recent government prioritizing.

Jim Flaherty, December 7. Mr. Speaker, Canada’s economic recovery remains our government’s number one priority.

Leona Aglukkaq, December 7Mr. Speaker, we continue to make health care a priority.

Stephen Harper, December 7Mr. Speaker, the priorities of this government, beyond national defence and criminal justice, are pretty obvious. It is preserving jobs; it is making sure Canadian families do not pay taxes that are too high; and it is making sure that we fully fund transfers for health and education to the provinces…

Stephen Harper, December 7That is why, as this government has looked at its budgetary priorities, maintaining the growth of those transfers for our health care system has been the number one priority of this government.

Peter Kent, December 6I must emphasize that the safety of Canadians and all people travelling on Canadian roadways remains our first priority.

Peter Braid, December 6Mr. Speaker, jobs and the economy remain our government’s number one priority.

John Baird, December 6Mr. Speaker, our priorities consist of creating jobs for Canadians, growing the economy and ensuring the well-being of Canadians from coast to coast to coast.

John Baird, December 6.  If we want to reduce greenhouse gases, all the big polluters must participate. It is our priority.

Colin Carrie, December 3The health and safety of all Canadians is a priority for our government.

Jacques Gourde, December 3And so, jobs and the economy are still our top priority as we implement our action plan for job creation while keeping taxes low.

Bob Dechert, December 3Of course, victims are the number one priority of this government.

Tom Lukiwski, December 1We have heard today, and in days previous, that the most important priority for Canadians, and certainly the most important priority for this government, is jobs and the economy.

Leona Aglukkaq, December 1Mr. Speaker, the health and safety of young children is a top priority of our government.

Dave MacKenzie, November 30In all of our activities, our first priority is always the health and safety of Canadians.

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