So coming out of FCM’s conference and heading to the election 2019, municipalities stand ready to continue working with every federal party to empower Canada’s local leaders. Because that’s how we’ll build better lives.
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October’s federal election is shaping up to be a contest about who can make Canadians’ lives better. Already, we see every major party telling voters they have the best plan to make life more affordable and secure.
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