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28 Times Justin Trudeau Has Betrayed Canadians

So many broken promises and lies.
28 Times Justin Trudeau Has Betrayed Canadians

This morning, everyone is freaking about how Justin Trudeau has broken yet another one of his promises.

But not just any promise, this was one of his signature campaign promises, where he pledged to make every vote count.

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Some people claim the current voting system does not properly preteen the public. Trudeau was supposed to change that, but in

But that's not the only promise Trudeau has broken so far.

Actually, according to The Trudeaumeter it's one of over 28 broken promises he has made since he's been in office, here's the rest of them:

1. Increase funding for Telefilm Canada and the National Film Board with a new investment totaling $25 million each year.

2. Run short-term deficits of less than $10 billion in each of the next two fiscal years (2016 and 2017).

3. The 2016 middle class tax cut combined with the new 33% tax bracket will be revenue neutral.

4. Immediately start to invest $3 billion over the next four years to deliver better home care services (including in-home caregivers, financial support for family care, and palliative care).

5. Invest $6 billion more in green infrastructure over next four years.

6. Invest an additional $100 million each year in the Industrial Research Assistance Program.

7. Invest an additional $775 million per year for job and skills training.

8. Invest $300 million more in the Youth Employment Strategy to create 40,000 youth jobs - including 5,000 youth green jobs each year for the next three years.

9. Invest $40 million each year to help employers create more co-op placements for students in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and business programs.

10. Offer a 12-month break on Employment Insurance premiums to encourage companies to hire young people by waiving employer premiums for all those between the ages of 18 and 24 who are hired into a permanent position in 2016, 2017, or 2018.

11. Reduce the small business tax rate to 9% (from 11%).

12. Set a cap on how much can be claimed through the stock option deduction on annual stock option gains higher than $100,000.

13. Phase out subsidies for the fossil fuel industry.

14. Re-do the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion review.

15. Create a common, quarterly, and more detailed parliamentary expense report.

16. End MSM blood donation ban.

17. Welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of 2015.

18. Invest $50 million in additional annual funding to the Post-Secondary Student Support Program.

19. Guarantee that First Nation communities have a veto over natural resource development in their territories.

20. Immediately adopt the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and ensure every new policy and law would meet with its principles.

21. Immediately lift the two percent cap on funding for First Nations programs.

22. Immediately implement the imported gun marking regulations.

23. Provide $100 million each year to the provinces and territories to support guns and gangs police task forces.

24. Do not buy the F-35s, and immediately launch an open and transparent competition and reduce the procurement budget to replace the current CF-18s.

25. Maintain current National Defence spending levels, including planned increases.

26. Cover the cost of four years of post-secondary education for every veteran who wants one.

27. Invest $80 million every year to create a new Veterans Education Benefit.

28. Re-establish lifelong pensions as an option for injured veterans.


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