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  CTV.ca | Majority want Mulroney-Schreiber affair probed
Brian Mulroney, left, and Karlheinz Schreiber, right, are seen in these undated file photos.
The allegations have not been proven in court and Mulroney has denied the accusations.
In 1997, Mulroney received a $2.1-million settlement from Jean Chretien's government after he was connected publicly in police documents to an investigation looking into the sale of Airbus jets to Air Canada.
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  Brian Mulroney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Martin Brian Mulroney (born March 20, 1939), was the eighteenth Prime Minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993 and was leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada from 1983 to 1993.
Martin Brian Mulroney was born in Baie-Comeau, Quebec; a lumbering town in eastern Quebec.
Mulroney's support was based on a "grand coalition" of socially conservative populists from the West, Quebec nationalists, and fiscal conservatives from Ontario and the Maritimes.
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 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Brian Mulroney   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brian Mulroney (born March 20, 1939) was the eighteenth Prime Minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993.
Martin Brian Mulroney (born March 20, 1939), was the eighteenth Prime Minister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993.
Mulroney's reputation has improved somewhat in recent years, and while at one time few conservative politicians would have wanted to be associated with him, many now regard him as an experienced elder statesman.
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Benedict Mulroney was a paper mill electrician, and Brian received his high school education at a Roman Catholic boarding school in Chatham, New Brunswick operated by St. Thomas University.
Mulroney is remembered for his performance in the debate in which he attacked Turner for not cancelling patronage appointments made by Trudeau shortly before Trudeau left office.
The pent-up resentment against the Mulroney government was delivered by the electorate in a withering, unmistakable judgement: the oldest party in Canada was reduced to two seats in one of the most lopsided results ever recorded in a free, fair and democratic election.
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 Learn more about Brian Mulroney in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brian Mulroney was again a candidate, and he campaigned more shrewdly than he had done seven years before.
During his tenure as Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney's close relationship with U.S President Ronald Reagan resulted in the ratification of a free-trade treaty with the United States under which all tariffs between the two countries would be eliminated by 1998.
Though Mulroney had retained a parliamentary majority in the 1988 elections, widespread public resentment of a new Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced in 1991 and his inability to resolve the Quebec situation caused Mulroney's popularity to decline, and he resigned in 1993.
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 Brian Mulroney
Martin Brian Mulroney (born March 20, 1939), was the eighteenth PrimeMinister of Canada from September 17, 1984, to June 25, 1993.
Though Mulroney had retained a parliamentary majority in the 1988 elections, widespread public resentment of a new Goods and Services Tax (GST) introducedin 1991 and his inability to resolve the Quebec situation caused Mulroney's popularity to decline, and he resigned in 1993.
Mulroney's singular unpopularity may have played a role in the stunning electoral defeatsuffered by the Campbell government in the 1993election.
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Brian Mulroney was again a candidate he campaigned more shrewdly than he had seven years before.
During his tenure as Prime Minister Brian close relationship with U.S. President Ronald Reagan resulted in the ratification of a free-trade treaty with the United States under which all tariffs between the countries would be eliminated by 1998.
Though Mulroney had retained a parliamentary majority the 1988 elections widespread public resentment of new Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced in 1991 and his to resolve the Quebec situation caused Mulroney's to decline and he resigned in 1993.
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Brian Mulroney returns to Ottawa, feted as greenest PM in Canadian...
Mulroney organized to defeat Clark at the party's leadership review and when Clark received an endorsement by less than 67 percent of delegates at the party convention, Clark called a Progressive Conservative leadership convention.
The fragmentation of the Canadian right during Mulroney's tenure, as Western conservatives left the Progressive Conservative party for the new Reform Party and Quebec conservatives left to join the separatist Bloc Québécois, also contributed to the defeat of the Progressive Conservatives and left them a marginal party in the House of Commons.
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 Mulroney gets hero's welcome at Tory convention   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mulroney also implored the candidates vying to succeed Joe Clark in Saturday's leadership vote to lead with conviction and not be slaves to public opinion.
Mulroney spent some minutes praising Clark's contribution as foreign affairs minister and constitutional minister during his governments, but used the bulk of his speech to defend his government's policies and to attack Chretien and Liberal heir apparent Paul Martin.
Mulroney's views on reuniting the right have been in the news recently as he has emerged to give several media interviews, but his comments Friday did little to suggest an end to the current impasse.
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 Brian Mulroney Getup @ SomethingPersonal.com (Something Personal)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Benedict Mulroney was a paper mill electrician, and Brian received his high school education at a Roman Catholic boarding school in Chatham, New Brunswick operated by.
Also, external affairs minister Joe Clark was the first foreign affairs minister to land in previously-isolated Ethiopia to lead the Western response to the 1984 - 1985 famine in Ethiopia; Clark landed in Addis Ababa so quickly he had not even seen the initial CBC report that had created the initial and strong public reaction.
On September 12, 2005, veteran writer and former Mulroney confidant Peter C. Based in large part on unguarded remarks from the former prime minister which Newman had taped with Mulroney's knowledge, the book set off national controversy.
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 Brian Mulroney - Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia
Zanim Mulroney objął funkcje państwowe, był znanym działaczem Partii Konserwatywnej.
Brian Mulroney został premierem na dziewięć następnych lat.
Mulroney, zdając sobie sprawę z aspiracji frankofonskiej mniejszości, dążył do zmiany Konstytucji Kanady tak, by dać Quebecowi pewną autonomię - jak to nazywano - status distinct society.
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 Politics a bloodsport, Brian Mulroney
Mulroney was candid about some of his colleagues, friends and enemies.
Brian Mulroney ended two terms (9 years) in public office as a leader thoroughly despised by the electorate after he and his policies had been relentlessly vilified by all the left-lib media, which is to say, about 90% of the Canadian media.
Mulroney's government had its share of fiscal mismanagement, scandal and accusations of patronage, but it was nothing like the breathtaking waste and naked corruption the Liberals have inflicted on Canada.
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 Brian Mulroney.htm Ex PM
Mulroney had nothing to do with the error, but when he showed up at a baseball game, the derisive crowd chanted "tuna, tuna." The fuss over his renovations to his official residence, 24 Sussex Dr., paid for out of PC Party funds and his own pocket, was just as petty.
Mulroney is currently in a Montreal hospital recovering from an infection of the pancreas.
Brian Mulroney's years as Prime Minister, were some of the most turbulent in the history of this country.
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 CBC News: Mulroney portrait unveiled in Ottawa
Mulroney was on hand for the unveiling ceremony, his first return to Parliament Hill since leaving politics nine years ago.
Mulroney took advantage of the ceremony to take some good-natured swipes at the current prime minister, a long-time political adversary.
Mulroney gave credit to his parliamentary caucus for standing by him, particularly through times when the Conservatives were unpopular with voters over issues such as the GST and the Meech Lake Accord.
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 The Right Honourable Martin Brian Mulroney
By 1961, Mulroney was a student advisor to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.
Mulroney's colleagues at Laval, however, refused to believe that Mulroney was talking politics with the Chief and dared him to get Diefenbaker to speak in their law class.
Mulroney led the Conservatives to the greatest majority in Canadian history, 211 seats in the House of Commons.
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 Brian mulroney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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 Wyndham Worldwide: Compensation Committee
The Compensation Committee, which is chaired by The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, is responsible for administering the Company's executive compensation policies and programs.
Mulroney was Prime Minister of Canada from 1984 to 1993 and is currently Senior Partner in the Montreal-based law firm, Ogilvy Renault.
Mulroney is a director of the following corporations that file reports pursuant to the Exchange Act; Archer Daniels Midland Company Inc.; Barrick Gold Corporation; Trizec Properties Inc.; and Quebecor, Inc. (including its subsidiary, Quebecor World Inc.).
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 Vive le Canada: Brian Mulroney, Stevie Cameron, Greed, Ambition, and Canadian Fate (Part One)
Brian Mulroney is probably the saddest thing to happen to Canadian history and politics.
Shortly after leaving Parliament, Mulroney re-met the colourful German Canadian, Karlheinz Schreiber, in (apparently) three separate meetings, at each of which Schreiber is believed to have handed him an envelope containing one hundred thousand dollars in cash.
Mulroney was architect enough, all by himself, of the reputation he has in Canada.
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 Brian Mulroney
Additionaly, for years, many people of the province of Québec had believed that their French-Canadian culture merited a distinct status within Canada, and a widespread movement to secede from Canada had developed in the 1960s and 1970s.
Though Mulroney had retained a parliamentary majority in the 1988 elections, widespread public resentment of a new goods and services tax introduced in 1991 and his inability to resolve the Quebec situation caused Mulroney's popularity to decline, and he resigned in 1993.
It has been argued that Mulroney's singular unpopularity was responsible for the stunning electoral defeat suffered by the Campbell government in 1993.
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 Mulroney-Biographie-Premier parmi ses pairs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brian Mulroney jugeait essentielle la capacité du Canada de soutenir la concurrence internationale et l'estimait compromise par des années de dépenses sociales libérales.
Martin Brian Mulroney naît à Baie-Comeau (Québec) en 1939.
En 1976, Mulroney se présente à la direction du Parti conservateur fédéral, mais il est éliminé par Joe Clark au troisième tour de scrutin.
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 Brian Mulroney
Raised in Quebec in a working class family, Mulroney was a successful bilingual lawyer who became active in provincial politics in the 1970s.
In 1992 he engineered a subsequent constitutional compromise on the problem of provincial autonomy; it was defeated in a national referendum.
Mulroney resigned in 1993 in the midst of a recession.
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 A Secret Trial : National Post - Review
Shortly after leaving office in 1993, Brian Mulroney accepted an envelope containing $100,000 in cash from Karlheinz Schreiber, a promoter who had once successfully lobbied his government on the matter of a contract involving Air Canada and Airbus.
It has become conventional wisdom that in his years of office, 1984-1993, Brian Mulroney was a better prime minister than Canadians thought at the time.
The historian was astonished when the revelation was made public that Brian Mulroney -- who in sworn testimony had seemed to imply that he had minimal contact with Schreiber -- had actually received a total of $300,000 in cash payments from Schreiber shortly after leaving office.
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