OTTAWA – ELECTION 2015 – During the fourth week of the election campaign, Justin Trudeau unveiled his historic investment plan to strengthen the middle class, create jobs, and grow our economy. Liberals believe that when our economy works for the middle class, it works for everyone.
On Monday, Mr. Trudeau was in Belleville to announce that, after a decade of neglect and disrespect from Stephen Harper’s Conservatives, Liberals are committed to delivering to veterans the future they deserve. Later that day, Mr. Trudeau continued to share his message of real change with Canadians at a rally in Peterborough.
Accompanied by former Prime Minister Paul Martin, Mr. Trudeau was in Scarborough on Tuesday to showcase members of the strong Liberal economic team from across the country, detailing how real leadership will generate economic security and growth that works for everyone. That evening, they attended a rally in Brampton, bringing the Liberal message of real change to the Peel region.
Wednesday saw Mr. Trudeau in Newmarket, Ontario, to announce that a Liberal government will invest in our children by giving teachers and early childhood educators a new tax benefit for school supplies they purchase to enhance our children’s learning environments.
On Thursday, Mr. Trudeau was in Oakville to unveil the Liberal plan to strengthen the middle class, create jobs, and grow Canada’s economy by making an historic new investment in infrastructure. The investment, which will be the largest in Canadian history, will provide unprecedented new funding for public transit, social infrastructure like affordable housing and child care, and green infrastructure.
Mr. Trudeau travelled to Montreal on Friday, where he was joined again by Prime Minister Paul Martin and the Liberal economic team in Quebec to present our infrastructure plan, and detail how it will create jobs and growth in the Montreal region. Mr. Trudeau then attended a rally in Saint-Léonard.
On Saturday, Mr. Trudeau finished the week in the Greater Toronto Area, where he reaffirmed his commitment to a strong, united Canada, and met with communities at the 39th Jalsa Salana Canada in Mississauga, the Mabuhay Philippines Festival in downtown Toronto, and the Tamil Street Festival in Scarborough.