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$5 billion to provinces and territories for vaccines and health care

Federal government delivers $5 billion in pandemic support to provinces and territories for vaccines and health care Our governement announced the payment of $5 billion to the provinces and territories, distributed equally per capita, to further support vaccination campaigns and ensure our health care systems remain resilient and responsive to Canadians’ needs. As first announced on March 25, [...]

2021-07-15T13:23:04-04:000 Comments

Building a green economy: 100% of car and passenger truck sales be zero-emission by 2035

Government of Canada to require 100% of car and passenger truck sales be zero-emission by 2035 in Canada To build a cleaner, more prosperous economy that fights climate change and creates good jobs, the Government of Canada is taking action to cut pollution from all sectors of the economy – including from the transportation [...]

2021-06-30T09:38:28-04:000 Comments

Building a cleaner future with zero-emission vehicles

Investments in clean transportation options like zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) will be key to building back better from the COVID-19 pandemic, and will create new jobs, grow the middle class, cut pollution, and protect our environment. Since 2016, we’ve invested more than $1 billion to make electric vehicles more affordable and create a cross-Canada network [...]

2021-06-29T10:19:39-04:000 Comments

Providing Additional Support for Families Through the Canada Child Benefit (CCB)

Now more than ever, the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is a lifeline for Canadians with small children continuing to struggle with the financial impacts of COVID-19. That is why our government is providing additional payments through the CCB this year to support families through the pandemic. Families will receive up to $1,200 per child [...]

2021-05-13T10:09:58-04:000 Comments

Mental Health Week – “Understanding Your Emotions”

From May 3-9 we mark Mental Health Week. The 2021 edition is different from the others because Canadians face so many uncertainties as a result of COVID-19, and we know that the mental health of many people is suffering. This annual campaign invites communities, schools and workplaces to come together to celebrate, protect and [...]

2021-05-04T11:45:31-04:000 Comments

Investing in Canadian businesses

This budget is the most small-business-friendly budget in Canadian history. Small businesses like restaurants, barbershops, and neighbourhood grocers, and the people that work for them, are the cornerstone of our communities and the backbone of our economy. These businesses, and the workers and communities who rely on them, will be critical to our recovery [...]

2021-04-29T13:22:07-04:000 Comments

Investing in the future of young Canadians

Young Canadians have been among the most impacted by COVID-19, missing important milestones and experiencing some of the highest job losses of any age group. Budget 2021 invests to make life more affordable for young Canadians, places them at the centre of our recovery, and creates new opportunities for today and tomorrow. These new [...]

2021-04-29T11:08:22-04:000 Comments

Helping all Canadians find a safe and affordable place to call home

Since 2015, we have helped more than 1 million Canadians find a safe and affordable place to call home. But with housing costs continue to rise across the country, middle and low-income Canadians are continuing to feel the increased financial burdens. That’s why Budget 2021 invests in affordable housing, so we can make life [...]

2021-04-26T10:10:01-04:000 Comments

Budget 2021- Creating jobs and growth to build a stronger middle class

Yesterday, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance presented Budget 2021. Through this legislation, our government is taking the next steps in our plan to fight COVID-19, while putting people first, creating jobs, growing the middle class and setting businesses on track for long-term prosperity. Budget 2021 builds on the work we’ve been [...]

2021-04-20T11:46:02-04:000 Comments
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