The Canadian Press

2003-02-06 | BRITE New Money

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New money is a phrase used in federal-provincial relations that sometimes leaves the public wondering. It means additional money, and not money that a government has previously announced for a program. On February 6th, Prime Minister Chretien had a go at explaining how much money there is in the agreement on healthcare with the provinces. (The unidentified backbencher yelling "that's the proof," is no doubt referring to Chretien's past comments that "a proof is a proof if it's proven" when he was asked what proof he needed against Iraq.)

Date: 2003-02-06
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << they got three I promised three years ago to be new money this year is no more new money we have not paid it yet and its own you money vs. new money, new money is your money in $10 >>