Stand up to Conservative Cuts – Liberal Action
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Stand up to Conservative Cuts

Stand up to Conservative Cuts

While Justin Trudeau and the Liberal team are working hard to make life easier for middle class families, Conservatives like Doug Ford and Andrew Scheer are focused on cutting vital programs and services at the expense of everyday Canadians.

In Ontario, Doug Ford’s first budget has cut crucial services and funding for libraries, schools, farmers, seniors, Franco-Ontarians, students, children, and those who rely on community social services.

And Andrew Scheer takes his cues from Doug Ford – so Canadians can expect much the same from Scheer’s Conservatives.

  • Cuts to the Canada Child Benefit.
  • Cuts to affordable housing.
  • Cuts to OAS and Canada Pension Plan enhancements.
  • And no action on climate change, or to protect a clean environment for our kids and grandkids.

That’s not “for the people.

Since 2015, the Liberal plan has seen Canadians create more than 1 million new jobs, and more than 825,000 Canadians have been lifted out of poverty.

Real change is working, and there’s much more to do. We can’t let Conservatives roll back our progress.

Add your name to stand up to Conservative cuts from Doug Ford and Andrew Scheer.

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