Jump to content
Political Discussion Forums

Justin Trudeau Owes An Appoligize to Conservative


Recommended Posts

Justin Trudeau Owes An Apologize to Conservative​

By exegesisme

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-defends-nannies-1.3358162

Trudeau repeatedly attacked the Conservatives' enhanced universal child care benefit during the election campaign, maintaining that "wealthy families" like his didn't need taxpayers' help.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has defended using tax dollars to pay for two nannies, insisting he is only shuffling the household budget to suit his young family.

"Obviously it will come as no surprise to people that we have a different family situation with three small children than the Harpers did," he said during a news conference in Ottawa Wednesday. "That means we will operate within the same family budget that the previous prime minister had, but we will shuffle it around so that it fits better our priorities.

"And that is what Canadians expect."

Trudeau was grilled during question period by Ontario Conservative MP Karen Vecchio, who said she was "offended" that one of the PM's first acts was to take up a benefit no other Canadian receives.

I agree Justin Trudeau needs the tax dollars as child care benefit for his children, but disagree his attacks on the universal child care benefit of conservative, and also disagree his answer is enough for the question from the conservative MP Karen.

For justifying the current needs of his family and his behavior to meet the needs, he needs also to make an apologize to conservative for his wrong attacks on the issue of universal child care benefit in the last federal campaign.

Edited by Exegesisme
Link to post
Share on other sites

If one wants to play the game Conservatives vs Liberals, Harper first thing he did within the first 2 weeks as PM is to give a pay raise to the House, not one MP complained, which had to contribute to their deceit, along with cutting the GST. IF PMs had to give out an "I'm sorry of offend u" Harper would still be PM.

Link to post
Share on other sites

If one wants to play the game Conservatives vs Liberals, Harper first thing he did within the first 2 weeks as PM is to give a pay raise to the House, not one MP complained, which had to contribute to their deceit, along with cutting the GST. IF PMs had to give out an "I'm sorry of offend u" Harper would still be PM.

Thanks for that point. It is important to note that when one politician does something sketchy, it follows that one from the other side automatically gets a pass to do something stupid too. That is how we do things in Canada, we want to be fair after all.

Harper owes Trudeau " a Duffy" already.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Announcements



  • Similar Content

    • By Hussain
      Canadians won’t be able to return to life as they knew it before the novel coronavirus pandemic until a vaccine is available, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday.
      “Normality as it was before will not come back full-on until we get a vaccine for this… That will be a very long way off,” the prime minister said during his daily news conference on Canada’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
       
       
    • By Hussain
      As Canada confronts the worsening COVID-19 outbreak, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has hinted his government might declare a federal emergency, giving his cabinet extra powers to battle the pandemic.
      “It is a major tool and I can tell you that we already have a lot of tools that allow us to do what we need to do,” said Trudeau, at his Thursday news conference outside Rideau Cottage in Ottawa. “If there are other steps that need to be accomplished and can only be accomplished through invoking the Emergencies Act then we will do so.”
      Some experts have been urging the government to invoke the Emergencies Act, while others have shuddered at the idea, which would be an extraordinary step in the government’s response to the crisis.
      “We do recognize that the Emergencies Act is an extreme law with certain implications that would also require us to bring back the House of Commons to pass these measures,” said Trudeau.
       
       
    • By Hussain
      Ontario Premier Doug Ford says that he plans on extending the province’s state of emergency by 28 days when the legislature resumes on Tuesday.
      Members of Provincial Parliament will return to Queen’s Park for a single day to pass the emergency act and to discuss a bill that will cover various topics such as education, childcare and municipal housing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
      “I just want to thank members of the opposition for their cooperation on getting these passed right away,” Ford said while speaking to reporters on Monday afternoon
      Watch This Video
       
       
    • By Hussain
      Premier Doug Ford has declared a provincial state of emergency in response to a worsening COVID-19 outbreak and will now order the closure of restaurants and bars not providing takeout service along with a host of other venues where crowds are known to gather.
      Ford made the announcement at a hastily-called news conference at Queen’s Park on Tuesday morning, noting that the province is facing an “unprecedented time in its history” and must “act decisively” and “take any and all actions necessary as COVID-19 continues to spread.”
      He says that under the order the government will prohibit all organized public events of more than 50 people until March 31, including services in places of worship. He said that the order will also force the closure of all facilities providing indoor recreational programs, all public libraries and private schools, all licenced childcare centres, all bars and restaurants that don’t provide takeout services and all theatres, cinemas and concert venues.
       
    • By Hussain
      Im currently a grade 12 student who started an Initiative to Inform Youth about Politics and World Issues. 
      I started this podcast in the summer of 2019 after seeing the lack of attention being given to the Canadain  election of 2019. My older friends were not voting, and if they were voting, they voted without the proper knowledge. That led me to create this podcast where I try to inform the youth about world issues and politics, and hopefully encourage them to vote. 
      CHECK IT OUT HERE & TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK
       
  • Tell a friend

    Love Political Discussion Forums? Tell a friend!
×
×
  • Create New...