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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: Trudeau’s empty promises on climate change – #CDNPoli

In 2019, Justin Trudeau walked in the historic Montreal climate march and promised to act on climate change. And back in 2015, he promised to phase out fossil fuel subsidies.But under Trudeau, yearly fossil fuel subsidies are up $900 million on average compared to the Conservatives. That’s not counting the …

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#CanPoli: NDP: Enough with empty words, Liberals must stand up for Canadians – #CDNPoli

Ashton calls on the Liberal government to do what’s right and make airlines refund Canadians who saw their flights cancelled because of COVID-19 OTTAWA – As U.S. clients of Air Canada turn to the courts to get a refund, NDP Transport Critic Niki Ashton questions the inaction of the Minister …

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#CanPoli: Singh to Trudeau: Leave empty words behind, people need real action – #CDNPoli

OTTAWA – Today, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is sending a message to Justin Tudeau that people need real action to make their lives better. His empty words and broken promises have not helped anyone in Canada. The pandemic has exposed the gaps in the services people depend on and the …

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#CanPoli: Homelessness in Canada is another example of empty Liberal words – #CDNPoli

VANCOUVER – Three years after the Liberal government announced what they called their National Housing Strategy (NHS), people in several provinces still haven’t seen a dime of support for housing and the entire NHS still completely ignores the ​dire housing situation for urban, rural, and northern Indigenous people. “When the …

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