“Every day, I hear from young people and their parents who worry they will never be able to afford to own a decent home,” said Jagmeet. “They can barely afford to pay rent, let alone compete against big money investors in the housing market. Justin Trudeau will keep protecting the interests of the ultra-rich, but I’m ready to make the dream of owning a home a reality for Canadian families.”
While visiting the first Canadian business to manufacture N95 masks today, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announced his commitment to stop Justin Trudeau’s massive no-strings attached giveaways to multinational corporations. Instead, Jagmeet would invest in small and community businesses committed to building our country.
The pandemic has shone a bright light on Canadian hospitals, which—unfortunately for patients and taxpayers—receive funding in an outdated manner. In the coming months, our hospitals will begin to see patients whose care was delayed during the pandemic, yet they have little incentive to provide care efficiently or even care for as many patients as possible.
Commodity prices have risen to record levels over the past year as the Global Pandemic took hold. Disruptions and events like the Suez Canal ship blockage and the Texas power outage have magnified the global supply chain problems leading to commodity shortages worldwide. The result is an increase in most commodities that are trickling down to Canadian families and consumers.