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"We have real problems in this country and this government is more preoccupied with its own problems than the problems of Canadians."
Within the Senate chamber crowded with invited guests but absent high profile ex Conservative miscreants Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau the speech was delivered to near silence.
The proposed legislation "will require balanced budgets during normal economic times, and concrete timelines for returning to balance in the event of an economic crisis," according to the throne speech.
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The NDP's Mulcair referred several times to the speech's "red meat for (Harper's) Reformist base," and no promise was more blue note perfect than the balanced budget bill.
It's the Conservative response to a broad appeal for those ill defined "middle class" voters both Liberals and New Democrats covet.
trade deal with the European Union, and a pledge to confer honorary Canadian citizenship on Malala Yousafzai, the Air Max 2017 Black Blue Pakistani teen and Nobel Peace Prize nominee who survived a Taliban attack on her school bus in October 2012.
Police took a person into custody and later said the package had been "rendered safe using a robot" before the building across the street from Parliament Hill was reopened.
There are also more tough on convicts measures, including language to ensure "a life sentence means a sentence for life," and a promise to ensure immigrants to Canada are selected based on the needs of employers.
There was also the promise of a new cyberbullying law, and even a hint at the prospect of abolishing the Senate.
Since then, the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation noted Wednesday, the government has borrowed $161 billion to bring the national debt to $618 billion.
Parents will be given a say "before drug injection sites open in their communities," the government promised, while also saying it will close loopholes that "allow for the feeding of addiction under the guise of treatment."
"The Senate must be reformed or, as with its provincial counterparts, vanish," said the speech, delivered in the very chamber that Harper has packed with appointed loyalists several of whom have caused his government no end of grief.
As such, the document marked both the belated return of Parliament and the unofficial start to a federal election campaign that is still two years away.
The Tory blue booty was included in a lengthy speech from the throne Wednesday by Gov. Gen. David Johnston that spent almost as much time congratulating the Harper government on past achievements as laying out future priorities.
"Tell the prime minister you've got his back and help us seize Canada's moment," the Conservative party operations director, Fred Delorey, urged party followers in a mass email shortly after the late afternoon speech concluded in the Senate chamber.
The Conservatives came to office in 2006 with a $13 billion surplus but had whittled that down to a structural deficit even before the global recession struck in late 2008, according to the Parliamentary Budget Office.
The line prompted a rare murmur from the assembled senators and government guests.
Probably the day's greatest drama came when police evacuated the historic Langevin Block, home to Harper's working office, due to a suspicious package and bomb threat.
Both measures are a direct contrast to Trudeau's Liberal musings about legalizing marijuana.
By contrast, measures that come down hard on public sector workers a primarily Conservative preoccupation took up almost an entire page.
But the speech was more noteworthy for how it hammered away at what political strategists like to call "wedge" issues that will differentiate the Conservatives from their opponents at the ballot box.
Watching Stephen Harper's back appears to be a catchphrase as beleaguered Conservatives return to the parliamentary fray.
Harper is beset by ongoing Senate expense scandals and polls that consistently show his party tied or trailing the rejuvenated Liberals, and near neck and neck with the official Opposition New Democrats.
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European Union is a truly significant national event, it merited only a single line in the speech.
OTTAWA Mandatory balanced budget legislation, interprovincial booze runs, public sector bashing and lifetime prison terms are among a grab bag of populist Conservative promises in a mid mandate policy makeover.
The throne speech made several unalloyed pitches for consumer affections, with promises to "unbundle" cable TV packages, reduce smart phone roaming charges, permit the transport of beer and spirits between provinces and even stop companies from charging for providing paper bills.
"To change the channel it's going to take more than a few watered down NDP proposals to do it," sniffed Tom Mulcair, the leader of the New Democrats.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, for his part, dismissed the "veneer of little solutions" listed in the speech.
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