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Offline wilber

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1770 on: July 09, 2021, 12:06:13 pm »
governing is a serious business - debt whiners best get out of the way!

Getting power is a serious business, governing is secondary.

What bothers me is how blatant and cynical all this is. I'm starting to believe Trudeau would have his flunkies passing out government cheques at polling stations if it wasn't thoroughly illegal and waldo would be one of them.
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1771 on: July 10, 2021, 10:51:44 am »
...passing out government cheques at polling stations if it wasn't thoroughly illegal

huh! You mean you can't do that? Before you get all sanctimonious here let the waldo refresh you on Harper Conservative antics:
=> like a real scandal - the 'In and Out' scheme involving improper election spending on the part of the Conservative Party of Canada

wait now: July 9 - Prime Minister Trudeau announces $1.3 billion for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension

the federal government has announced $1.3 billion to expand the Expo Line SkyTrain from Surrey to Langley. The 16 km, eight-stop extension would go from King George Station in Surrey to 203 Street in Langley. Preliminary work expected to start Tuesday; Surrey, Langley mayors delighted with announcement.

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1772 on: July 10, 2021, 11:43:00 am »


Those printing presses at the BoC will be smoking, churning out all that pork.
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1773 on: July 10, 2021, 05:42:42 pm »
wait now: July 9 - Prime Minister Trudeau announces $1.3 billion for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension

the federal government has announced $1.3 billion to expand the Expo Line SkyTrain from Surrey to Langley. The 16 km, eight-stop extension would go from King George Station in Surrey to 203 Street in Langley. Preliminary work expected to start Tuesday; Surrey, Langley mayors delighted with announcement.

More of Trudeau's pre-election cross-Canada giveaway tour!  Everyone's a winner!
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« Reply #1774 on: July 11, 2021, 12:17:57 am »
wait now: July 9 - Prime Minister Trudeau announces $1.3 billion for Surrey-Langley SkyTrain extension

the federal government has announced $1.3 billion to expand the Expo Line SkyTrain from Surrey to Langley. The 16 km, eight-stop extension would go from King George Station in Surrey to 203 Street in Langley. Preliminary work expected to start Tuesday; Surrey, Langley mayors delighted with announcement.


Quote from: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
By investing in smart public transit projects, we’re reducing gridlock, helping more Calgarians get to and from work, creating good middle class jobs, growing the economy, and fighting climate change. As we set the course for an inclusive recovery from Covid‑19, we will keep focusing on laying the foundations for long-term, sustainable growth to create a Canada that is cleaner, more competitive, and more resilient for generations to come.

July 7 - Prime Minister Trudeau announces $1.53 billion for Calgary's CTrain Green Line Light Rail Transit extension - making good on the federal Liberal government's May 2018 commitment announced to fund Calgary’s largest ever infrastructure project.

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1775 on: July 11, 2021, 12:43:56 am »
Those printing presses at the BoC will be smoking, churning out all that pork.
More of Trudeau's pre-election cross-Canada giveaway tour!  Everyone's a winner!

the business of government business continues. As NO election call has been made, it's only malcontents, media CPC water-carriers, disgruntled Opposition members, etc., who are suggesting that PM Trudeau and cabinet members are 'campaigning on the government's dime'!
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1776 on: July 12, 2021, 12:12:34 pm »
ongoing pattern of Jugmeet/NDP continuing to take credit for the ideas/actions of others Liberals!




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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1777 on: July 13, 2021, 08:44:45 pm »
July 8, 2021: Canada announces first early learning and child care agreement with the province of British Columbia --- In the recent federal budget, the Government of Canada laid out a transformative plan to build a Canada-wide, community-based system of quality early learning and child care. It committed to working with provincial, territorial, and Indigenous partners to put a system in place. Today’s historic first agreement, with British Columbia, is making this plan a reality in Canada.

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and the Premier of British Columbia, John Horgan, today announced an agreement that will significantly improve early learning and child care for children in the province. As part of this agreement, the Government of Canada will invest $3.2 billion over the next five years to help improve regulated early learning and child care for children under 6 years of age in British Columbia.

Under this agreement, the governments of Canada and British Columbia will work together to improve access to quality, affordable, flexible, and inclusive early learning and child care programs and services. British Columbia and Canada agree on the goal of $10 a day child care, and will work together towards achieving an average parent fee of $10 per day for all regulated child care spaces for children under 6 by the end of the five-year agreement. By the end of 2022, British Columbians will see a 50 per cent reduction in average parent fees for children under the age of 6 in regulated child care.


July 12: Nova Scotia child-care fees to drop to $10 a day by 2026 under new $605M deal --- New federal-provincial agreement will also reduce fees by half by the end of next year

Nova Scotia is the second province, behind British Columbia last week, to sign on to a federal offer from April that pledged $27.2 billion over five years in new spending that Ottawa aims to send to provinces to subsidize daycares. Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the declaration during a press conference on Tuesday morning where $605 million in federal funding was being promised.

Quote from: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Today’s agreement with Nova Scotia is a big step forward to making $10-a-day child care a reality across the province, and delivering much-needed support to families and communities as we build back better from the pandemic.

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1778 on: July 14, 2021, 12:34:36 am »
Just give parents the money instead of subsidizing fees.  Buying votes, the Liberal way.

Where is this extra money for this new spending coming from Liberals?  They have no plans to ever balance any budget.  They borrow and charge it to the taxpayer to fund their election goodies to get re-elected.

With more people going to work from home post-pandemic we need childcare less than ever.  The Liberals need to be voted out, we're already never going to recover from their spending.

If Canadians re-elect them they deserve everything coming to them.  A country full of BMW owners living paycheck to paycheck.
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1779 on: July 14, 2021, 07:49:29 am »
Just give parents the money instead of subsidizing fees.  Buying votes, the Liberal way.

Where is this extra money for this new spending coming from Liberals?  They have no plans to ever balance any budget.  They borrow and charge it to the taxpayer to fund their election goodies to get re-elected.

With more people going to work from home post-pandemic we need childcare less than ever.  The Liberals need to be voted out, we're already never going to recover from their spending.

If Canadians re-elect them they deserve everything coming to them.  A country full of BMW owners living paycheck to paycheck.

It’s being printed, the BoC is buying 3 billion in government bonds every week.
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1780 on: July 14, 2021, 11:15:42 am »
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1781 on: July 19, 2021, 01:58:28 pm »
 

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ottawa-border-measures-reopening-1.6107988

Oh great. Nothing on what constitutes proof of vaccination or how it will be verified and the Americans still haven't decided what they are going to do.

So much for working with other countries. I hope there is a lot missing from this article
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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1782 on: July 23, 2021, 08:09:51 pm »
July 8, 2021: Canada announces first early learning and child care agreement with the province of British Columbia

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and the Premier of British Columbia, John Horgan, today announced an agreement that will significantly improve early learning and child care for children in the province. As part of this agreement, the Government of Canada will invest $3.2 billion over the next five years to help improve regulated early learning and child care for children under 6 years of age in British Columbia.

July 12: Nova Scotia child-care fees to drop to $10 a day by 2026 under new $605M deal --- New federal-provincial agreement will also reduce fees by half by the end of next year

Nova Scotia is the second province, behind British Columbia last week, to sign on to a federal offer from April that pledged $27.2 billion over five years in new spending that Ottawa aims to send to provinces to subsidize daycares. Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the declaration during a press conference on Tuesday morning where $605 million in federal funding was being promised.

Quote from: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Today’s agreement with Nova Scotia is a big step forward to making $10-a-day child care a reality across the province, and delivering much-needed support to families and communities as we build back better from the pandemic.

joining British Columbia and Nova Scotia, the Yukon signs on... also today, Alberta announces the beginning of formal talks/negotiation!


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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1783 on: July 28, 2021, 07:41:19 am »
July 8, 2021: Canada announces first early learning and child care agreement with the province of British Columbia

July 12: Nova Scotia child-care fees to drop to $10 a day by 2026 under new $605M deal --- New federal-provincial agreement will also reduce fees by half by the end of next year

July 23 - joining British Columbia and Nova Scotia, the Yukon signs on... also today, Alberta announces the beginning of formal talks/negotiation!

British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Yukon... and now joined by Prince Edward Island: July 27 - Ottawa, P.E.I. strike new child-care deal aiming for $10 daily fees within 3 years

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The federal government and Prince Edward Island have agreed to a new funding deal that aims to reduce child-care fees on the Island to $10 per day by the end of 2024.

The funding will also cut child-care fees in half by the end of 2022 for children under six who attend regulated child-care facilities, according to the federal government.

Quote from: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
This ambitious timeline goes to show not only how dedicated P.E.I. is to making life more affordable for families, but it's also an example of how working closely with the federal government means real change happens fast.

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Re: Government Day-to-Day
« Reply #1784 on: July 29, 2021, 12:18:59 am »
July 8, 2021: Canada announces first early learning and child care agreement with the province of British Columbia

July 12: Nova Scotia child-care fees to drop to $10 a day by 2026 under new $605M deal --- New federal-provincial agreement will also reduce fees by half by the end of next year

July 23 - joining British Columbia and Nova Scotia, the Yukon signs on... also today, Alberta announces the beginning of formal talks/negotiation!

British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Yukon... and now joined by Prince Edward Island: July 27 - Ottawa, P.E.I. strike new child-care deal aiming for $10 daily fees within 3 years

July 28 - $10 a day child care for families in Newfoundland and Labrador

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The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and the Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Andrew Furey, today announced an agreement that will support an average parent fee of $10 a day for regulated child care spaces in the province in 2023, significantly reducing the price of child care for families. The agreement will also support critical services, including new infant, toddler, and preschool spaces and a new full day, year-round pre-kindergarten ELCC program for four-year-old children in 2023, with the goal that every one of these children in the province has access to pre-kindergarten by 2025-26, no matter where they live. The pre-kindergarten program will be regulated and operated as a not-for-profit service. In addition, the agreement will grow a strong and skilled workforce of early childhood educators, including through the creation of a wage grid and greater opportunities for professional development.