In the Spotlight
Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty held a media availability prior to holding pre-budget consultations on Friday, December 6, 2013.
A strong financial system is one in which consumers are confident that their interests are well protected by a high-quality regulatory framework. As committed to in Economic Action Plan 2013, the Government of Canada will conduct consultations on the development of a new and comprehensive financial consumer code. The consultations will seek to establish high-level principles for a financial consumer protection framework leading to a Code that will streamline the existing and dispersed mix of legislation and regulations, and take into account the needs of vulnerable Canadians including seniors.
The Honourable Jim Flaherty, Minister of Finance, launched this year's pre-budget consultations in Toronto. This marks the launch of a series of events in communities across the country, as well as online consultations, aimed at engaging Canadians in Economic Action Plan 2014 deliberations.
Minister of State (Finance) Sorenson Hosts Pre-Budget Roundtable Via Telepresence
Minister Flaherty Hosts Pre-Budget Consultations in the Greater Toronto Area
Kevin Sorenson: CPP boost would kill jobs
Official International Reserves - December 4, 2013
Harper Government Marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Minister of State (Finance) to Hold Telepresence Pre-Budget Consultations
Minister of Finance to Hold Pre-Budget Consultations in Markham
Announcement of Further Measures to Protect Consumers
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance to Hold Pre-Budget Consultations in Vancouver
Government of Canada to Make Joint Infrastructure Announcement
- Harper Government Better Protecting Prepaid Card Users, While Launching Cross-Country Consultations on New Consumer Code
- The Department of Finance Releases Technical Proposals to Assist With the Orderly Phase-Out of the Federal Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Tax Credit
- 2014 Pre-Budget Consultations
- Government Invites Comments on Possible Measures to Prevent Treaty Shopping