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NEWS RELEASE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER ************************* Prime Minister Harper announces date for opening of parliament OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that parliament will return on June 2, 2011.
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NEWS RELEASE

OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER

************************* Prime Minister Harper announces date for opening of parliament

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that parliament will return on June 2, 2011.

The House of Commons will elect its speaker the same day, as its first order of business.

The Speech from the Throne to begin the first session of the 41st Parliament will be read by the Governor General in the Senate on June 3, 2011.

Prime Minister Harper said, “The economy remains our government's top priority and we will move quickly to implement the next phase of Canada's Economic Action Plan.”

“Canada is emerging from the global recession as one of the top-performing advanced economies in the world, but the recovery remains fragile and Canadians continue to worry about their jobs and economic future,” the prime minister said.

“Our strong, stable, national government will implement our low-tax plan for jobs and growth - one that strengthens the financial security of Canadian workers, seniors and families and lays the foundation for our long-term economic prosperity.”

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