Mar
17

Keep Fife as Queen’s Park KW Provincial NDP Nomination Meeting

Keep an NDP MPP at Queen’s Park! Provincial NDP Riding Association Nomination Meeting The meeting to select our candidate for the next provincial election will be held on: March 21, 2014 at Knox Presbyterian Church 50 Erb St. W., Waterloo Meeting starts at: 5:30 pm Registration opens: 5:00 pm With Special Guest Speaker: ANDREA HORWATH …

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Mar
24

Liberals Must Treat RCMP Members Fairly: NDP

OTTAWA – This week the NDP learned that a pay raise recommendation for RCMP members, which has been held up at the Treasury board since 2015, will not be given any further consideration than other public service wage requests. This is in spite of…

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Mar
24

Who is left behind by budget 2017?

Many Canadians struggling with part-time and precarious employment, rising costs, and record household debt were hoping that this budget would invest in building a fairer economy that lifts everyone up, not just the wealthy and well-connected.

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Mar
23

What they’re saying about Budget 2017

The Liberals had an opportunity in budget 2017 to build an economy that lifts everyone up, not just the few at the top. Unfortunately they decided to defend the interests of wealthy insiders and told everyday Canadians to take a back seat.

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Mar
23

Nathan Cullen launches cross-Canada ‘Keep Your Promise’ tour

After officially tabling the most signed petition in Canadian history, which calls on the Liberals to keep their promise to reform Canada’s voting system, Nathan Cullen unveiled the NDP’s new electoral reform campaign. Cullen, the NDP’s Critic on Democratic Reform, is inviting Liberal MPs across Canada to join him at town hall meetings to debate keeping their promise of reforming Canada’s outdated and unfair voting system.

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Mar
22

Budget 2017 disappoints on building a fair economy

OTTAWA – Canadians struggling with precarious employment, rising costs, and record household debt got little in the Liberal budget to make Canada’s economy work for them, while the wealthy and well-connected were rewarded.

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