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submission to the Minister of Finance, The Honourable Floyd Laughren 1994 pre-budget consultation forum : restructuring and refinancing federal-provincial social program expenditures by Council of Ontario Universities

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Published by The Council in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Federal aid to higher education -- Ontario,
  • Higher education and state -- Ontario,
  • Provincial aid to higher education -- Ontario,
  • Universities and colleges -- Ontario -- Finance

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination7 leaves
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18954466M

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WELCOME FLOYD LAUGHREN WHO 25 YEARS AGO WAS MINISTER OF FINANCE IN THE NDP GOVERNMENT. Floyd is in his seventies, clean-shaven, with short white hair. He's wearing a gray suit and a pale yellow shirt. Steve continues AT WESTERN UNIVERSITY IN LONDON, ONTARIO, KAREN HASLAM, WHO 25 YEARS AGO WAS ANOTHER MEMBER OF THE . At the commission, a man in his fifties with short, side-parted, light gray hair, clean-shaven, and wearing a black suit, white shirt and dark tie appears on screen with a caption that reads "Floyd Laughren, Minister of Finance." Floyd says I DON'T FEEL CONSTRAINED BY TIME IN TERMS OF INITIATING REFORMS. I'M ENOUGH OF A REALIST TO. Hon Floyd Laughren (Minister of Finance): The leader of the official opposition is correct in that the income tax changes take place on July 1. I would remind her that even with these income tax changes that will take place, for 90% of the people in this province, Ontario will be the third lowest in all of Canada in terms of its income tax rate. Hon Floyd Laughren (Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance): Later today I will be introducing the Assessment Amendment Act, This bill will enable the government to put into effect a consensus solution that has been reached to relieve property tax burdens on smaller retail stores in Metropolitan Toronto shopping malls.

This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Full text of "INSURANCE INDUSTRY - FOURTH REPORT ON LIFE INSURANCE - SELECT COMMITTEE ON COMPANY LAW" See other formats. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF MANITOBA. Monday, Febru The House met at p.m. PRAYERS. ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS. Point of Order Hon. James Downey (Deputy Premier): Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. I rise to advise you and members of the House that the Premier (Mr. Filmon) will be absent from the House today. Following an announcement Wednesday Goming by Ontario Finance Minister Floyd Laughren that the province would maintain its transfer payments to the provinces without any cuts, Education and.

Mr Floyd Laughren (Nickel Belt ND) Mr John R. O'Toole (Durham East / -Est PC) I'm the vice-president of corporate finance. I was aware of that. You may recall, I was appointed Deputy Minister of Energy by Premier Peterson and worked for the Honourable Lyn McLeod when she was Minister of Energy. I've been knowledgeable about some of the. The book won the inaugural Suraj Mal and Shyama Devi Agarwal Book Prize, which recognizes texts that demonstrate new pathways in theory or analysis on gender and the economy. April Psychology professor Richard Murray has been awarded the Faculty Teaching Award from the Faculty of Graduate Studies in recognition of his innovative course. Laughren, Floyd (Nickel Belt ND) *Leadston, Gary L. (Kitchener-Wilmot PC) I'm just trying to think of what happened prior to my time as chair at the board. We meet with the minister, usually quarterly, and in the initial meeting with a new minister we brief him on those very issues. we overbooked those kinds of hearings. So for example. Oh, the Minister of Finance (Mr. Manness) laughs. He does not like full‑time jobs, because we have l full‑time jobs since this Premier became the Premier of the Province of Manitoba. He has the gall to go around saying, well, we do not create part‑time jobs. He does not create any jobs. He has l