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#CanPoli: 2020 Fall Economic Statement | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

November 30, 2020 Today, Chrystia Freeland delivered the government’s 2020 Fall Economic Statement, which outlines the Liberal government’s measures to fight and defeat COVID-19, to support Canadians through the crisis, and to rebuild Canada’s economy. Canada entered this crisis in a strong fiscal position, which has allowed our government to …

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#CanPoli: Why We’re Stepping Up | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

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#CanPoli: Liberals, Conservatives and Bloc side with wealthy instead of Canadian families – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – At a time when Canadians are worried about who will pay for the pandemic and the recovery, the Liberals, Conservatives and the Bloc joined forces to vote against making the wealthy pay their fair share. Today, they voted against the NDP motion calling on the government to impose …

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#CanPoli: NDP demands answers for Canadians on COVID-19 vaccine deals – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA– Today, New Democratic MPs released a vaccine contract disclosed by Brazil with British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca that raises troubling questions about the Liberal government’s approach to vaccine negotiations in Canada. “The Trudeau government fought tooth and nail to avoid disclosing any vaccine contracts to Parliament, saying it threatened commercial …

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#CanPoli: NDP Statement on Remembrance Day – #CDNPoli

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh made the following statement: “COVID-19 has devastated many communities across our country. And in many regions, Canadians are going to spend what is likely to be their first-ever Remembrance Day at home instead of with their neighbours at ceremonies at their local cenotaph. And this year, …

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#CanPoli: Trudeau’s Liberals must act immediately to counter white supremacy in Canada – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – Today, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh was joined by advocacy groups to discuss the growing threat of white supremacy in Canada and the danger it has brought to communities from coast to coast to coast. Canada has seen a 200% increase in active hate groups in the last five …

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#CanPoli: Canadians need affordable and reliable access to broadband now – #CDNPoli

NDP Critic for Telecommunications Brian Masse made the following statement: It’s unfortunate that it took kids doing homework online in their school’s parking lots and small businesses suffering during a pandemic for the Liberals to realize that their failure to bring broadband prices down and boost access has real consequences. …

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#CanPoli: Make collaboration the rule, not the exception – #CDNPoli

NDP Democratic Reform Critic Daniel Blaikie made the following statement: “During the pandemic, Parliament has done its best work for Canadians when political parties have negotiated the way forward. By electing a minority parliament, Canadians made that cooperation necessary. It should not take the coincidence of a public health crisis …

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#CanPoli: NDP: Those who made billions off the pandemic should pay for the recovery, not families – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – Today, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announced that his party will use their opposition day to call on Justin Trudeau’s Liberals to make those who profited billions off the pandemic pay for the recovery. Families who are struggling to make ends meet shouldn’t pay for the pandemic and for …

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#CanPoli: NDP: Broadcasting Act misses the mark, government must act to protect local cultural and media sector – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – The NDP’s Critic and Deputy Critic for Canadian Heritage, Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petit-Patrie) and Heather McPherson (Edmonton Strathcona), are disappointed with the government’s new bill to amend the Broadcasting Act as it doesn’t go far enough to protect the local cultural and media sector, or Canadian …

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