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Today, our Prime Minister addressed the British Parliament and gave a truly remarkable speech – you need to see it.

In a time of global economic uncertainty, Canada has been a shining beacon of hope. Under Stephen Harper’s leadership, we’ve had the best job growth in the G7 and become the best place in the world to do business.

His remarks are not just important for our country – but for the entire world:

“In many countries, there is a considerable debate between austerity and growth. Let me tell you, it is a false dichotomy. You need good measures of both. In Canada, we are investing record amounts in drivers of future prosperity like research, innovation, skills and infrastructure.

Yet we are also fiscally responsible, finding substantial reductions and efficiencies in government and ensuring that vital social programs will target those in genuine need and will be financially sustainable for the generations to come.”

P.S. This is the first time a Canadian Prime Minister has spoken to the British Parliament in nearly 70 years – will you share this historic speech with your family and friends?

Today, our Prime Minister addressed the British Parliament and gave a truly remarkable speech – you need to see it.

In a time of global economic uncertainty, Canada has been a shining beacon of hope. Under Stephen Harper’s leadership, we’ve had the best job growth in the G7 and become the best place in the world to do business.

His remarks are not just important for our country – but for the entire world:

“In many countries, there is a considerable debate between austerity and growth. Let me tell you, it is a false dichotomy. You need good measures of both. In Canada, we are investing record amounts in drivers of future prosperity like research, innovation, skills and infrastructure.

Yet we are also fiscally responsible, finding substantial reductions and efficiencies in government and ensuring that vital social programs will target those in genuine need and will be financially sustainable for the generations to come.”

P.S. This is the first time a Canadian Prime Minister has spoken to the British Parliament in nearly 70 years – will you share this historic speech with your family and friends?

Originally posted on Conservative.ca

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