* Ottawa's two-year stimulus program to end in March * Flaherty says has committed 98 pct of funds for 2nd year * Says will take action if needed to protect recovery By John McCrank MONTREAL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Canada's government resisted pressure on Monday to extend its stimulus spending program despite a slowing economy, saying it is now focused on reducing its budget deficit and has spent most of the money it had earmarked anyway. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said the ...
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