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government spendingMP Larry Miller negatively reacts to the fall economic statement.

Yesterday, the Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, released the Federal Government's Fall Economic Statement 2017. Larry Miller, Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, is disappointed that the statement confirms that the...

diabetesLarry Miller, Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, is calling on the Federal Government to reverse their decision to deny Canadians with diabetes' applications for the Disability Tax Credit.

Mr. Miller recently learned that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has been denying diabetics' applications for the...

Larry-Miller-feature- Larry Miller, MP Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound

I am completely dismayed and disappointed in the way that our Prime Minister and Finance Minister are attacking hard-working small business owners, farmers, young workers, physicians, and just about every Canadian taxpayer. The mismanagement of so many files by this Government is simply unacceptable and they must be held accountable.
It is impossible to believe anything that Trudeau and Morneau would have Canadians believe nowadays.
Let's take a look at their track record. In the 2015 election the Liberals made a total of 226 promises. Of these promises,

banner-ministry-seniors-affairsBruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker is encouraging local groups to apply before November 30th for new provincial grants aimed at helping seniors be active, healthy and engaged in their communities.

Examples of projects that the province has supported in the past include financial literacy courses, computer applications, community events, exercise and cooking classes.

"If you organize or are involved in any such programs or services that directly benefit seniors in Bruce and Grey, then you...

pensionsLarry Miller, Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, is pleased to see that the Federal Government has finally listened to concerns raised by the Official Opposition and by Canadian seniors and will be reversing changes made on January 1st, 2017 to the application of a provision within the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) that applies to couples that are involuntarily separated.

Larry-Miller-MP-picEditor,
I write to you today to express my concern regarding recent changes to a policy that has been helping Canadian seniors make ends meet when they are faced with the unfortunate situation of an involuntary separation (for example, one spouse being admitted to a long-term care facility). Going forward from January 1st, 2017, the policy change, which I will outline in this letter, will impact a number of seniors not only in Bruce and Grey counties but across Canada...

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