There are new faces in the Department of Finance and Administration as well as familiar ones in new positions. The post, established in 1983, honours the late Dr. Clifford Clark, who served as Deputy Minister of Finance from 1932 until his death in 1952. Occupants of the position advise the Department on emerging economic issues and take part in policy development at the highest level. Negotiating and administering financial arrangements with other governments, including the Government of Canada and self-governing Yukon First Nations.
Records obtained from Finance Canada under freedom of information legislation show that Crowley played a significant role in the pre-budget consultation process leading up to the federal budget that was tabled on January 27, 2009. The uneducated have lower social status, do the menial jobs and if lucky can get jobs as farming tenants, personal maids, or drivers of the rich and educated Filipinos.
The prejudice against Filipino immigrants in the US and specially in California in the 1920s to 1940s is well documented (1,2). No sooner had he arrived in Seattle, was he immediately met with the hostility of racism, forcing him to work in low paying jobs. He worked as a farm worker, harvesting grapes, asparagus and other kinds of hard labor work in the fields of California. The number of Congress-members of Filipino descent doubled to numbers not reached since 1937, two when the Philippine Islands were represented by non-voting Resident Commissioners, due to the 2000 Senatorial Election.
The Department of Finance will release the Annual Financial Report of the Government of Canada at 9:00 a.m. ET on Monday, September 14, 2015. The Department is also releasing updated Fiscal Reference Tables, which provide annual data on the financial position of the federal, provincial-territorial and local governments. The Finance Department slashed the assessment by $17.37 million, to $43.8 million, reducing the firm’s annual property taxes by $700,000.
FSMIS (September 27, 2014): On September 26, 2014, Mr. Kensley Ikosia, Secretary of the Federated States of Micronesia Department of Finance and Administration, formally accepted a check of $250,000 from Mr. Peter Sitan, Executive Director of the FSM National Fisheries Corporation. He also argued that the Conflicts of Interest Board largely ignored many of the personal allegations that permeated the Department of Investigation report.