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    Sentences forJim Flaherty

    • First, Jim Flaherty was embroiled in scandal when it was revealed that his leadership campaign's largest donor had received a highly lucrative contract for slot machines from the government.2003 Ontario general election-Wikipedia
    • Federal finance minister Jim Flaherty appointed retired judge James Farley, who had presided over Air Canada's 2003 bankruptcy, to mediate pension issues between the company, the unions representing its employees, and retirees.Air Canada-Wikipedia
    • On October 26, 2000, Eminem was scheduled to perform at Toronto's SkyDome when Ontario Attorney General Jim Flaherty said that Eminem should not be allowed to enter the country.Eminem-Wikipedia
    • Jim Flaherty was the first to enter the race, campaigning on the same right wing platform as in 2002.Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario-Wikipedia
    • In September 2013, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced a federal contribution of $660 million towards the Scarborough Subway Extension.Stephen Harper-Wikipedia
    • Baird was the first cabinet minister to support Jim Flaherty's campaign to succeed Mike Harris as Progressive Conservative Party leader in the party's 2002 leadership election.John Baird (Canadian politician)-Wikipedia

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