Paid sick leave “line in the sand” for NDP support, says Jagmeet Singh

Paid sick leave "line in the sand" for NDP support, says Jagmeet Singh 1


NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says advocating paid sick leave was a 'line in the sand' for his party to support the minority Liberal government.

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17 Comments on "Paid sick leave “line in the sand” for NDP support, says Jagmeet Singh"

  1. Lose the ‘rag’, buddy..

  2. no one should have to choose between Canada and Trudeau

  3. MISFITSICKBOY | May 25, 2020 at 9:09 PM | Reply

    Government needs to f off and stay out of business. When they can’t balance a budget, how can they tell businesses what to do?

    • You guys are already back to this BS, it was just a week or two ago that you were going “Bail out our businesses, give is S O C I A L I S M.”

  4. josie faubert | May 25, 2020 at 9:19 PM | Reply


  5. josie faubert | May 25, 2020 at 9:24 PM | Reply

    Absolutely!!! Canadians are not slaves!

  6. Hungry Ninja | May 25, 2020 at 9:48 PM | Reply

    This is designed to be abused. Garbage. Every idea this guy has in terrible. Such a bottom feeder.

    • I didn’t hear you guys complaining about the wage subsidies, emergency forgivable loans to businesses, and now rent subsidies too.

  7. Excellent mr prime minister excellent said thank you so much that’s fantastic awesome for our Canadian thank you so much wounderful

  8. The partys should pay for their own workers

  9. Whose gonna pay for all this. Oh, I know my granchildren

  10. A very sound plan for our lower income Canadians, thank you Mr. Singh and Prime Minister Trudeau

  11. 10 days off out of 250 is 4%. Business can adjust to getting 4% less productivity by cutting wages by 4%. There is no free lunch.

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