Less than a week before the election day, the leader continued to promote the platform on the September 14 campaign trail.From the Liberal Party’s climate policy Tory’s childcare promises and NDP plans for cheaper mobile and internet services are a summary of the day’s top campaign announcements.
At a campaign stop in Richmond, British Columbia September 14Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has repeated the party’s environmental policies, including a ban on disposable plastics and continued compensation for pollution across Canada.
Trudeau too Protected Himself in connection with media coverage His book was republished by a Chinese state-owned publisher in 2016 after becoming prime minister.
Trudeau responded to a reporter’s question as to whether he sought approval from the Federal Ethics Commissioner before his memoirs were published in China when he was seeking a free trade agreement and a delivery treaty with China. He said he played no role in the agreement.
“All the handling of the international edition of my book was done entirely by the publisher,” he said.
“All the profits from that book go to the Canadian Red Cross,” he continued. “I haven’t seen a single penny and it has nothing to do with where it is translated or sold.”
When asked if that meant that Trudeau was actually cleared by the Federal Ethics Commissioner, Trudeau replied that the Commissioner “cleared all my sources of income many times.”
according to Gloves, Trudeau publisher HarperCollins has signed a deal with Yilin Press in Nanjing, China. It is owned by the state-owned company Jiangsu Phoenix Publishing and Media. Jiangsu Communist Party Committee reissues Trudeau’s 2014 memoir “Common Ground” in Chinese with the title “The Legend Continues”.
Conservative leader Erin O’Toole Pledge Announcing September 14th in Russell, Ontario, to increase the affordability of childcare.
If elected, Outur will convert to a refundable tax credit that covers up to the deduction for childcare costs 75 percent Percentage of childcare costs covered by low-income households.
“It’s up to parents to decide what form of childcare is most effective for them, as well as helping some families,” he said. Video posted on Twitter same day.
NDP leader Jagmate Singh has promised to limit mobile and internet charges during the campaign Toronto September 14th.
NDP schedule This includes requiring telecommunications companies to offer unlimited wireless data options at low rates and lift data caps on broadband Internet.
The plan will also introduce the Consumer Bill of Rights to “protect Canadians from unfair wireless and Internet sales and service practices” and “stop gouging forever.”
Stop by during the campaign Fort McMurray, Alberta, September 13, PPC leader Maxime Bernier told attendees that his party was mistakenly portrayed as an “anti-vaccine” by the media.
“We all respect the mainstream media, and they immediately said,’Oh, PPC, they’re vaccination, masking, everything,'” he said.
“Number. We are for freedom, so we are for freedom of choice. Everyone … has to decide if they want to be vaccinated.”
Bernier too Post to Twitter The same day his party “opposes vaccine passports and other authoritarian measures imposed by the state.”
Green Party leader Anamier Paul Press conference With a local candidate in Charlottetown, PEI on September 14th.
Paul also talked about the need for inter-party cooperation and cooperation to tackle the climate change policy advocated by her party.