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UCCB a Tory marketing ploy

Pierre Poilievre, Minister of Employment and Social Development, tours the print room Tuesday at the  Winnipeg Production Centre, where Universal Child Care Benefit cheques are printed for a portion of eligible families across Canada. The cheques will be mailed and received by families starting July 20. About 1.2 million cheques will be printed, with production done at centres in Winnipeg and Quebec City.

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Pierre Poilievre, Minister of Employment and Social Development, tours the print room Tuesday at the Winnipeg Production Centre, where Universal Child Care Benefit cheques are printed for a portion of eligible families across Canada. The cheques will be mailed and received by families starting July 20. About 1.2 million cheques will be printed, with production done at centres in Winnipeg and Quebec City.

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Updated on Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 3:52 PM CDT: Corrects timing of cheque delivery.

6:20 PM: Edits end-story formatting

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