By Louise Egan OTTAWA, Nov 26 (Reuters) - The government of Canada will likely have to do more than speed up infrastructure projects if it is serious about delivering fiscal stimulus to shore up the economy as it slips into a recession. "Unprecedented fiscal stimulus" -- the words used by Prime Minister Stephen Harper this month -- could include bold measures such as a temporary cut in the federal sales tax, measures to help the unemployed and retirees, and even income tax cuts, analysts ...
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