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Conservatives

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$2.5 billion per year goes to help students with loans, scholarships, and grants
$140 million per year is to help young canadians pursue apprenticeships
they have created the new Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit, which is to encourage employers to take on a new apprentice
Textbook Tax Credit help students with the cost of textbooks The Conservatives Leader's History Education. Health Care Environment Economy & Taxes Party's History Party Address Last Election Results Slogan: Bibliography: http://www.conservative.ca/?page_id=1412
http://www.sfu.ca/~aheard/elections/results.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_of_the_Canadian_federal_election,_2011
http://www.conservative.ca/?page_id=9231
http://www.conservative.ca/?page_id=1416 Leader: Stephen Joseph Harper Born: (Toronto) April 30th, 1959
Education: University of Toronto (dropped out in 2 months), University of Calgary (bachelor's degree in economics, master's degree in economics)
Other political affiliations:
Liberal Party, before 1985
Progressive Conservative Party, 1985-1986
Reform Party, 1987-1997
Canadian Alliance, 2002- 2003 Should be: In the 2011 elections:
166 seats
39.6% votes (5, 832, 401) strong, sustainable
universally accessible
publicly funded

funding will increase:
2013-2014 $30B/ year
2018-2019: $38B +/ year
federal support will increase support of organizations & activities since 2006, the Conservative Government has made investments to preserve the environment and protect the health and well being of Canadian families by donating:

$50 million for the protection of Canada’s species at risk

$5 million to help protect environmental diversity in the Great Lakes region

$16 million to protect and clean the Great Lakes

$35 million to support climate and atmospheric sciences research

$200 million to help address the health and environmental risks posed by dangerous chemicals through the Chemicals Management Plan

$1.1 billion for the ecoEnergy for Homes Retrofit program to support Canadians in making their homes more energy efficient 1204-130 Albert St.
Ottawa, ON
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1-866-808-8407 October 16th, 2003, the parties "Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance" and "Progressive Conservative Party of Canada" announced that they would unite to form a new party
December 2003, the name of "Conservative Party of Canada" was revealed
March 20th, 2004, the party elected Stephen Harper as its first leader
November 2005, Parliament was dissolved
January 23rd, 2006, Canadians voted for change
May 2nd, 2011, Canadians voted for Conservative Government - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - reduced overall tax
eliminated low-income families, individuals and seniors from tax rolls
lowered the personal income tax rate to 15 percent
introduced the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and Children’s Arts Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit
creating the Tax Credit for Public Transit
lowered business taxes to 15 percent
created Employment Insurance (EI) help employers reduce 2012 payroll costs
Registered Disability Savings Plans to make it easier for disabled Canadians to save for their future The End
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