Jagmeet Singh urges Liberals to Explore Criminal Charges in Opioid Crisis

BURNABY – On Thursday, as the opioid crisis claims more and more lives every day, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh called on the Liberal government to launch an investigation into the role drug companies may have played in fueling the opioid crisis and to seek meaningful restitution for the public costs of this crisis. Read the…

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Growing Support not to Sign USMCA Until Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Gone

ESSEX – Growing support for the NDP’s position that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government should not sign the USMCA trade deal until steel and aluminum tariffs from the United States are gone. Small businesses, industry leaders and unions have joined New Democrats in their call, and even Conservative Deputy Leader, Lisa Raitt, agreed with the NDP…

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NDP Launches Week of Events Slamming Liberals’ Failure to Protect Farmers and Producers

BURNABY – With Members of Parliament spending this week back in their ridings, the NDP is hammering the government for failing to protect Canada’s supply management system for dairy, poultry, and eggs. The Liberals made major concessions on supply management in negotiating the new USMCA that will have serious negative impacts on farmers and dairy…

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NDP Wants Answers from Liberals on Pension Consultations

OTTAWA – In their budget last February, the Liberal government announced that they would hold consultations on improving pension security for seniors. The NDP’s Pensions Critic Scott Duvall has been demanding answers from the Seniors Minister Filomena Tassi about when and how these consultations will be held. Read the full release on NDP Central’s site

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New Democrats Profoundly Disappointed with Liberal’s Accessibility Legislation

OTTAWA – During clause by clause for the Liberal government’s much-touted accessibility bill, C-81, New Democrats were profoundly disappointed with the Liberal’s partisanship on display.  If done properly, this could have become a historic civil rights law. Unfortunately, the Liberal government chose to ignore the advice of nearly every leading expert in the country. Read the full release…

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LIBERALS “DON’T SEE, DON’T HEAR” APPROACH TO TREATMENT OF SICK AND VULNERABLE POSTAL WORKERS

OTTAWA – Today, Liberals on the Government Operations and Estimates Committee killed an urgent NDP motion to review Canada Post’s negotiating tactic to target sick and vulnerable workers in the current round of collective bargaining. Read the full release on NDP Central’s site

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