Minister of National Revenue Jean-Pierre Blackburn of Canada

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Blackburn is the current Conservative Party of Canada member of the Canadian House of Commons from the riding of Jonquière—Alma.
On February 6, 2006, Blackburn was appointed Minister of Labour and Housing in Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Cabinet.
Jean-Pierre Blackburn was first elected to the House of Commons in 1984 and re-elected in 1988, 2006 and 2008.
Minister of National Revenue and Minister of State (Agriculture)Jonquière–Alma (Québec)Jean-Pierre Blackburn was first elected to the House of Commons in 1984 and re-elected in 1988, 2006 and 2008.
Blackburn has been a teacher, administrator and businessman.
Jean-Pierre Blackburn was first elected to Parliament in 1984 and re-elected in 1988 as the Member of Parliament for the constituency of Jonquire.
Blackburn was the president of a communications firm specializing in business development and public relations, established in Jonquire in 1996.
Giguere received an annual salary of $35,000 for his work in Blackburn's riding, according to Blackburn's spokeswoman.
Last October, Blackburn was criticized for giving a $24,000 contract to an adviser who was then hired to work in his office.
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Minister Blackburn met with employee and employer representatives at Primus Telecommunications Canada Inc.
almost $4,900 per flight)Flight records show that Blackburn was the only passenger on most of these flights.
And in the Quebec cabinet contingent, that would make a standstill number of five, assuming Jean-Pierre Blackburn remains at Labour, though he could well be moved off the firing line as regional economic development minister.
the application, I have decided that there are insufficient grounds to grant a waiver to Air Canada, Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn said in a statement.
Federal Labour Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn has rejected Air Canadas (TSX:AC.
Jean-Pierre Blackburn is well known in the region of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.
Blackburn is involved at all levels in the region.
CBC) It was not clear when the bill would be introduced or when a vote would be held, but Blackburn said earlier in the day that he would consider legislation unless the strike ended within hours.
Blackburn said he told both sides that night that the situation could not continue amid complaints from the grain, chemical, automotive and shipping industries, as well as from remote communities that depend on rail service for food and fuel.
Blackburn said MPs must set aside politics and act in the best interest of the country.
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The Honourable Jean-Pierre Blackburn, Minister of Labour and Minister of Canada Economic Development, today announced a repayable contribution of $800,000 to Precision Cast Plate (PCP) Canada.
Blackburn has been successively a teacher, administrator and businessman.
Blackburn was president of a business development and public relations firm, established in Jonquière since 1996.
Blackburn was born in Jonquière on July 6, 1948.
Blackburn said Canadas basic demands with its free-trade partners include the right for workers to form a union, a ban on the exploitation of child labour and no workplace discrimination.