The Maclean’s 2012 power list
Look who’s talking in Question Period
Diane Finley is moving forward with the Harper government’s plans for “social finance.”
Ottawa is making a bold push to have business play a bigger role in funding government social
A tribute dinner was held to honour Conservative Senator Doug Finley at the War Museum. Proceeds went to the Scottish Society of Ottawa.
Gerry Ritz has now taken 50 questions on the travails of XL foods. Still, the opposition seems unsatisfied
After opposition MPs repeatedly pressed Diane Finley about a problem with the Harper government’s employment insurance reforms, the Human Resources Minister announces “adjustments.”
The Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human
Paul McLeod explains what the changes to employment insurance really mean.
The fact is this: the Working While on Claim program has been cut. Less money will be given to
While the opposition continues to press Diane Finley about a problem with the Harper government’s changes to employment insurance, Ms. Finley’s office seems to be struggling to explain itself.
The PM, it seems, has a conversation with a premier every 9.7 days on average
The Globe editorial board says the Parti Quebecois’ victory puts the onus on the Prime Minister. A Conservative organizer predicts “great fun and games.” Human Resources Minister Diane Finley makes
Aaron Wherry on who said what on July 1
The government’s changes to Employment Insurance are far from what many expected
The system Canada has right now is discriminatory, illogical and counterproductive
The New Democrats and Liberals are displeased. Rona Ambrose attempts an easy-to-understand explanation.
New EI changes are like ‘E-Harmony’ for job seekers and employers: matching Cdns looking for work with
When you smile, the whole world smiles with you–sometimes
Diane Finley has just now explained how the government plans to reform employment insurance. The official news release and backgrounder is here.
Early reviews are in from the Globe.
Human Resources Minister Diane Finley has scheduled an announcement for 10:30 this morning at which she might explain what the government plans to do with employment insurance. In the meantime,