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Michael Cooper, MP Sep 23
Throne Speech has 6783 words & not one mention of “pipelines”, “oil” or “gas” or any plan to speed up billions of job-creating energy projects awaiting federal approval. Justin Trudeau’s vision leaves Alberta behind
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Dale Smith Sep 23
How does Singh propose the federal government implement paid sick leave WHEN IT’S PROVINCIAL JURISDICTION?
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Amanda Alvaro Sep 23
What exactly does the not support? - canada-wide childcare - universal pharmacare - 1 million jobs - national standards for LTC - keeping Canadians safe from COVID - support for energy sector to transform -UNDRIP legislation -CEW extension
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Amanda Alvaro Sep 23
Erin O’Toole’s message to Canadians in the midst of a global pandemic contending with countless worries and anxieties, is that we’re a country divided. THIS folks, is an election ad.
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Faceless Vegan (Vibodh) 🇨🇦🧘‍♂️ 3h
This video is just too beautiful not to share.
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Neil Before Zod™ Sep 23
Erin O'Toole may be more classless and inept than Andrew Scheer, in a time in which Canadians want reassurance and hope - the Conservative Party of Canada offers nothing but blame, negativity, and playing into what divides us. No new ideas, no plan, nothing.
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Ishat Reza 8h
Should serve as a wake up call for all politicians acting like the pandemic is over. Work virtually and if you must see people, keep the masks on! “Multiple people connected with O'Toole's Montreal visit have tested positive [for COVID-19].”
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Jaro Giesbrecht🇨🇦 14h
DPM reminds Canadians & what he said on Mar 8th, when asked what support should the gov't offer to Canadians hurt by the pandemic. Pierre said "You may want to address with big fat gov't programs, were CONS we don't believe in that"
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Norman Levine 12h
Trudeau Liberals give $320 million to Newfoundland's oil industry. That's the same Newfoundland where all the MPs are Liberal. Trudeau Liberals give Western Canada's oil industry the back of their hand. Welcome to politics in Canada. Shameful.
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Dale Smith Sep 23
So Erin O’Toole’s plan to address the pandemic is to rail about western alienation? WOW.
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Neil Before Zod™ Sep 23
This smearing of Katie Telford was completely unnecessary, highly politically motivated, and ultimately a waste of our time by the NDP and Conservative Party of Canada.
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David Hamer 9h
Delicious to see Mr. Poilievre schooled by Deputy Prime Minister Freeland.
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True North 11h
The campaign suggests that Canadians should only have one child, practice contraception or choose a childless life in order to reduce the world population.
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Ishat Reza 12h
Agree. Does O’Toole realize that would mean turfing the Conservatives? 😄
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Althia Raj 7h
NDP could prop up Liberals for another 3 years, Singh says
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Brian Lilley 9h
Canada's candidate to lead the OECD is a man found guilty of breaking Canada's ethics law for MPs, currently facing another investigation and at the centre of the SNC-Lavalin affair that the OECD anti-corruption unit was looking into. Good luck Bill!
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CTV Power Play 9h
BREAKING: The NDP will support the federal government's new COVID-19 aid bill, with changes made to expand sick leave eligibility. Here's NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, discussing the "historic" move. More at
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Lorrie Goldstein Sep 24
I am shocked, SHOCKED! that: Justin Trudeau’s Bigger Spending Plan Wins Tentative Support from NDP's Jagmeet Singh to avert federal election
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Dan Albas 16h
Reminder– has planted 0 out of 2,000,000,000 trees promised
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Chris - The Cat is Staring - Alemany 🇨🇦 15h
That approval for Jagmeet is why the Greens are fools to turn their back on or . These people are tapping into what voters want, and need, right now. This is where parties can grow. If the old status quo wants centrism, they gotta go.
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