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Cheryl Gallant Highlights Budget’s Support for AECL, Military

Photo: MP Gallant (Centre Left) with Dr. Robert Walker (Centre Right), Sgt. Major Rodney Purchase (Left) and Major Chloe Summerland (Right) Ottawa, Ontario – Cheryl Gallant, M.P. for Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, rose in the House of Commons to highlight the Federal Conservative Government’s support of the two key pillars of Innovation Valley North – AECL and CFB […]

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Economic Action Plan 2014 demonstrates commitment to jobs and opportunities

Member of Parliament Cheryl Gallant is welcoming the federal budget, Economic Action Plan 2014, and its focus on job creation, economic growth, and keeping taxes low – along with its plan to get back to balance by 2015 – as a positive for  Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. “While Canada has the strongest job creation record among all G-7 […]

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Cheryl Gallant Hosts Successful Meeting for Valley Innovators

Deep River, Ontario – Cheryl Gallant, M.P. for Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, was pleased to welcome innovators from across the Upper Ottawa Valley, Innovation Valley North, to AECL’s Keys Campus in Deep River for an information session on  Federal Research and Development Initiatives. Representatives from the National Research Council, and FedDev Ontario gave presentations on opportunities for Small […]

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Report From Parliament: Staying Focused on Jobs and Economic Growth

The security of jobs and economic growth remains at the forefront of the minds of many Canadians. A few months ago, we presented our Conservative Government’s Economic and Fiscal Update. The update showed that despite worldwide economic troubles, our Government is committed to returning Canada to balanced budgets in the medium term. Through our Economic […]

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