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The recent ethical lapses in the Prime Minister’s office show Canadians need more openness and accountability from their Leaders. Some people think that change can come from the top-down. But I know that real change can only come from Canadians like you. That’s why today I announced our Open Parliament plan including common sense reforms,[…]
Justin Trudeau’s address to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities in Vancouver on June 2, 2013.
This weekend I visited Vancouver and spoke to municipal leaders from across the country at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ annual convention. I shared with them my perspective on some of the major challenges facing our country as well as my vision for Canada. I don’t pretend to have all the answers. But I do[…]
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There is goodwill among Canadians and Aboriginal peoples and a willingness to chart a new course. That’s why the Aboriginal People’s Commission (APC) is already preparing for the 2015 federal elections by reaching out to Indigenous people of Canada for a unique online policy development process. Led by the APC, this open and inclusive process[…]
Today, May 29th, is International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers. It is a day of commemoration and an occasion to salute peacekeepers, past and present, who have served the most vulnerable persons around the globe during their time of greatest need.
Why is this focus on the middle class so important? Why not target help for the poor? Or take aim at trickle-down economics? It’s simple: a strong economy is one in which the largest number of people benefit from prosperity and high-quality jobs.
Bill C-54 is ineffective policy that will decrease public safety. It plays on the politics of fear to perpetuate myths and stereotypes about mental illness that will only lead to further stigmatization. When we vote this week, we will be standing for increased public safety and evidence-based policies.