Stephen Harper has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Financial Post - Top Stories' contains more than a hundred references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Stephen Harper was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] the Commons. Saganash called for Beyak, named to the Senate in 2013 by former prime minister Stephen Harper, to resign her seat. Others questioned how Beyak could continue to sit on the Senate’s [...]
[...] project arose from the volume of amendments to various laws, developed by the government of Stephen Harper and the designation C-45. Attention of Indians rights defenders was attracted to provisions [...]
[...] no discussions, consultations or agreements with Indigenous peoples. Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s statement of apology of June 2008 to residential school survivors said the government’s [...]
[...] plans. Had spending come in at levels projected in former Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s last budget — and that’s a big if — federal government expenditures would be about C$30 [...]
[...] no further than across the northern border to Canada. Three years after former Prime Minister Stephen Harper tightened restrictions on foreign workers to force employers to hire more Canadians, [...]
[...] , is where all the money originated to fund our housing bubble. Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government altered mortgage and tax rules to the point we had the zero down, forty year [...]
[...] tax — was already trimmed to 5 per cent by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s predecessor, Stephen Harper. Which leaves the Bank of Canada. Monetary easing isn’t something that traders see in the [...]
[...] debate in a major way in 2015, when the Conservative administration of former prime minister Stephen Harper passed an intrusive surveillance law aimed at combating “jihadi terrorism.” In the weeks [...]