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Brian Mulroney

Martin Brian Mulroney, PC, CC, GOQ was the 18th Prime Minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993 and was leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada from 1983 to 1993. His tenure as Prime Minister was marked by the introduction of major economic reforms, such as the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and the Goods and Services Tax, and the rejection of constitutional reforms such as the Meech Lake Accord and the Charlottetown Accord. Prior to his political career, he was a prominent lawyer and businessman in Montreal. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Don't underestimate Trudeau, say two former Harper advisers
2014-07-07
“We completely underestimated Mr. Chrétien [in 1993]. My biggest concern is that the Conservatives do not underestimate Mr. Trudeau. Brian Mulroney has said he's [Mr. Trudeau] the real deal. Whether he is or not, he's certainly got something that's ...
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    Canada's Eugenie Bouchard poised for ascension in women's tennis
    2014-07-05
    She comes from a family of privilege in Montreal; has siblings that, like her, are named for royalty — her twin sister is Beatrice — and lives on the same street as former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. In her post-match news conference, she ...
    (The Detroit News)
    1. How Eugenie Bouchard came to soar up the rankings and become a Wimbledon ...

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    As ruthless as she's glamorous, today she could be Wimbledon champ: Why ...
    2014-07-04
    Home was in the posh suburb of Westmount — in the same street as former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. The children were introduced to tennis at a young age, but Eugenie, then aged five, detested the 'childish' games involving hula hoops and ...
    (Daily Mail)

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      Tories, NDP need to make new plans
      2014-07-04
      Unlike former prime minister Brian Mulroney, who always had his caucus wrapped around his little finger, Harper has always relied more on the carrot and the stick than reciprocal personal affection. The impressive solidarity of the Conservative caucus ...
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        Conservatives using prolific number of private member's bills to avoid proper ...
        2014-07-04
        ... through legislation that's not subject to the same checks and balances as more closely scrutinized government bills. Brian Mulroney's Progressive Conservative government technically passed more private member's bills — 31 during one Parliament alone.
        (National Post)
        1. Private member's bills: backbench success story or government strategy?

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        Eugenie Bouchard, headed to Wimbledon final, is poised for greatness
        2014-07-03
        ... well-spoken, with a smile that lights up a room. She comes from a family of privilege in Montreal; has siblings that, like her, are named for royalty — her twin sister is Beatrice — and lives on the same street as former Canadian Prime Minister ...
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          'Insidious 3' News: Release Date For Third Chapter Of Indie Horror Franchise ...
          2014-07-03
          Dermot Mulroney and Stefanie Scott will star in the third chapter of the indie horror franchise, which is being directed and written by Leigh Whannell. In April, Whannell dropped a news bit for fans stating that Insidious 3's plot will be similar to ...
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            The monarchy hurts Canada's standing in the world. It's time to let go
            2014-07-01
            As Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's foreign-policy adviser, I saw the high regard with which Canada was held in opposing apartheid in the eighties and in promoting German unification in the nineties, both against London's druthers. As Canadian ...
            (The Globe and Mail)
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            Quebecor 'ready, willing and able' for wireless expansion: CEO
            2014-06-18
            That could be due in part to Quebecor's move to name former prime minister Brian Mulroney, a committed federalist, as new chairman of its board. Mr. Mulroney will be formally voted in as chairman at Quebecor's annual general meeting in Montreal on ...
            (The Globe and Mail)
            1. Quebecor Ready to Become Canadian Wireless Competitor
            2. Quebecor poised to become Canada's fourth wireless competitor

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