Liberals talk about work recovery on horseback riding on the “905” battlefield


With Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and Labor Minister Filomena Tassi, Justin Trudeau stopped the campaign on a battlefield horseback ride at the Hamilton Center on Friday and discussed the Liberal Party’s plans to restore employment.

“From the perspective of recovering our economy, the most important thing is to end this pandemic altogether,” Trudeau said. Said..

“The workforce is very large and there are many full-time jobs. Currently, 95% of all jobs lost during this pandemic are recovering. In contrast, 76% in the United States. It’s a huge advantage compared to the recovery, but there’s still a lot to do. “

according to Statistics CanadaIn August, employment increased by 90,000, increasing for the third straight month, but the unemployment rate fell 0.4 points to 7.1%.

Liberal Party leaders said his party would continue to support small businesses, workers, families, and those who want to work but cannot because certain sectors have not yet recovered.

The Liberal Party plans to increase spending on childcare, health care, climate change and housing if Trudeau is reelected.

Margaret Bennett, Liberal candidates from the Hamilton Center also participated in the event.

Horseback riding currently held by NDPMP Matthew greenIs part of the “905” region, an important battlefield between the Liberal Party and the Conservative Party, and the NDP is digging into progressive voting that would otherwise go to the Liberal Party.

The Liberal Party is also competing to maintain or expand its territory with open riding such as: Hamilton Mountain, Hamilton East-Stonie Creek, When Flamborough-Grand Brook.. Scott Duvall of the NDP, Bob Bratina of the Liberals, and David Sweet of the Conservatives have each decided not to run again on these rides.

Isaac Theo

Isaac is a Toronto-based reporter.