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  • n. Alternative form of Speech from the Throne.


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  • In the recent Throne Speech, the government promised to replace retiring justices Ian Binnie and Louise Charron using the process Mr. Harper introduced in 2006.

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  • The upcoming Throne Speech and federal budget represent an excellent opportunity.

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  • In a recent Throne Speech, Premier Dalton McGuinty pledged to increase international enrolment by 50% while maintaining spaces for Ontario students.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Another is that governments generally have recognized they should present budgets, one of the two most important documents they produce annually along with the Throne Speech, first in the legislature, out of respect for MPPs.


  • Mr. Comeau said the Throne Speech will focus on the economy.


  • The Throne Speech suggests strongly that Canada will fulfill its present commitments until February 2009, but then, it makes clear, the role will change—implicitly whether or not NATO members step in to fill the Canadian Forces’ place in combat.

    Afghanistan in the Speech from the Throne

  • Harper Government breaks Throne Speech commitment on Indigenous Rights

    First Perspective News

  • New Democrats welcome the Throne Speech announcement to renew Homelessness Partnering Strategy and will seek commitments to safeguard the Affordable Housing Initiative and the Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program. Headlines


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