While Canada certainly needs to do more to help low-income earners, the CCB is given the lion’s share of credit for bringing about a marked decline in poverty in this country since the Trudeau Liberals took power.
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh are pictured during the Sept. 8 French-language leaders’ debate in Gatineau, Que. Singh says the NDP would find the money needed to help average people by increasing taxes on the wealthy. Of course, Singh neglects to mention that the Liberal government already did this, writes Les Whittington. Screenshot courtesy of CPAC
OTTAWA—With his usual free-floating reasoning, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh regularly disparages the Liberals’ Justin Trudeau as a supposed friend of the super-rich—not average people.
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