MONTREAL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian government will take action as required to protect the country's economic recovery, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Monday. Flaherty, presenting a scheduled update on Ottawa's two-year C$48 billion ($46.6 billion) stimulus program, made clear the increased spending would end next March as scheduled. "In the short term, the government is focused on finishing the job of implementing the economic action plan. We will also continue to monitor ...
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