Here are the key promises from Trudeau's government in the 2021 federal budget | COVID-19 in Canada 1

Here are the key promises from Trudeau’s government in the 2021 federal budget | COVID-19 in Canada

 

The federal government unveiled the 2021 budget, with $101.4B in new spending. Omar Sachedina breaks down the key points.

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  1. Haha $500 a week, minus $50 = $900 bi weekly. What will $300 a week look like? $250 a week? Have fun living on that! lol

  2. So they’ll have a surge in growth once Covid is lifted, then reality will set in, and then the hammer will hit, how is this going to pay? Wow! 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

    1. Right you are, @john burch, does any logic thinking person really believe they are going to relinquish the control COVID has provided them? If after 14 month of this crap you still believe this is about a virus I’ve got some ocean front property in Saskatchewan to sell you.

    1. Next scheduled election isn’t until 2023. This is stuff for right now, not just pandering. Nice try though.

  3. “Promises” and “Justin Trudeau” don’t ever belong in the same sentence. I will clean the vomit off my shorts now.

  4. So seniors will get a whopping $500 lump sum. Whew! Hope they don’t spend it all in one place! In reality they won’t get spend any of it because their taxes will go up to pay for all the freebies that is being given to everyone else.

  5. Deaths in Canada all cause mortality

    2016 = 262,090
    2017 = 274,240 (+12,150 from 2016)
    2018 = 283,770 (+9,530 from 2017)
    2019 = 287,460 (+3,690 from 2018)
    2020 = 300,210 (+12,750 from 2019)

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