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#CanPoli: Liberals move forward on permanent home for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

September 14, 2021 Winnipeg, Manitoba – The legacy of residential schools is still felt throughout Canada. Thousands of children were sent to these schools, ripped from their homes and communities, deprived of their culture and robbed of their languages. Six years ago, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released their …

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#CanPoli: Statement by the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 and National Day of Service | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

“Twenty years ago today, on September 11, 2001, the world watched as the deadliest terrorist attack in North American history unfolded before our eyes. “On this solemn anniversary, we remember the nearly 3,000 victims, including at least 24 Canadians, and send our deepest condolences to their families. We also recognize …

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#CanPoli: Jagmeet showed Canadians he’s the fighter they need – #CDNPoli

GATINEAU—During the final debate of the campaign, Jagmeet Singh called out Justin Trudeau for his failures and showed Canadians he’s a strong, compassionate fighter for the supports they need. “Justin Trudeau has spent the campaign like he spent the last six years – saying the right things but having no …

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#CanPoli: The cost of Trudeau’s housing inaction – #CDNPoli

Jagmeet just pressed Justin Trudeau for failing to act on the housing crisis. In six years, the benchmark price of a home in Canada has skyrocketed $300,000. Trudeau promised to bring in a speculation tax in 2020 – but he didn’t. Canadians can’t afford Trudeau’s empty promises anymore. Source link

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#CanPoli: NDP will take bold steps towards a guaranteed livable income – #CDNPoli

TORONTO – With a commitment to make life more affordable and lift Canadians out of poverty, New Democrats announced they will begin to build a guaranteed livable income program, starting with supports for seniors and Canadians living with disabilities. NDP candidates Alejandra Bravo (Davenport), Paul Taylor (Parkdale-High Park), Brian Chang …

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#CanPoli: ICYMI: Indigenous families need clean drinking water, not empty words – #CDNPoli

During the televised Leaders’ Debate, Jagmeet Singh rejected Justin Trudeau’s excuses and broken promises to deliver clean drinking water to First Nations people. In the last campaign, Justin Trudeau promised to bring clean drinking water to First Nations communities that are under boil water advisories—some of which have entire generations …

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#CanPoli: Statement by the Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, on International Literacy Day | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

September 8, 2021 “Today, on International Literacy Day, we recognize the importance of universal access to quality education and learning opportunities for people everywhere. “This year’s theme, ‘Literacy for a human-centred recovery: Narrowing the digital divide,’ is particularly relevant, as the COVID-19 pandemic reminded us of the work left to …

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#CanPoli: Trudeau can’t excuse his broken promises on housing – #CDNPoli

Today, Justin Trudeau said “housing is a complex issue” while making excuses for his housing record. “It takes time. It takes a sustained effort over several years to get results,” he said. But he hasn’t even done the things he’s promised: He broke his promise to bring in a speculation …

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#CanPoli: From sick leave to child care, Trudeau has failed workers: Jagmeet Singh – #CDNPoli

Jagmeet commits to paid sick leave and $10 a day childcare to help workers HAMILTON — While celebrating Labour Day with workers, Jagmeet Singh announced his plan to help them get through the fourth wave and into the recovery. While the pandemic has exposed many of the ways Justin Trudeau …

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#CanPoli: Liberals move forward on keeping dangerous guns off our streets | Liberal Party of Canada – #CDNPoli

September 5, 2021 Toronto, Ontario – In this election, Canadians have a clear choice: let Erin O’Toole take us backward by putting guns back on our streets, or move forward with a real plan to keep Canadians and our communities safe. Justin Trudeau and the Liberal team promised to get …

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