Former PM Stephen Harper's consulting company received money from federal emergency wage subsidy - 2021-01-11

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F132.png Former PM Stephen Harper's consulting company received money from federal emergency wage subsidy January 11, 2021, Janice Dickson, Globe and Mail

Former prime minister Stephen Harper's consulting firm, Harper and Associates, has received payments from the federal emergency wage subsidy for companies that lost revenue due to the pandemic, government disclosures show.

Mr. Harper's company name is listed in a public database administered by the Canada Revenue Agency. The firm's own website says it uses "the global network, experience and insight of a G-7 Leader to create value for clients." Mr. Harper, a past leader of the Conservative Party, was Canada's prime minister from 2006 to 2015.

Harper and Associates has not responded to a request for comment from The Globe.

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