Pronounced Jug(rhymes with hug)-MEET! | Leader of Canada's New Democratic Party | Le chef du NPD du Canada | Text me đŸ‘‰đŸœ 613-801-8210

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Today, I spoke with Mayor of Calgary @JyotiGondek and was honoured to personally congratulate her on her historic win. We talked about our shared commitment on issues like housing, childcare and how our lived experiences inform our desire to uplift those around us.
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J. Trudeau coupe l'aide aux gens en pleine 4e vague L'argent coule à flots pour les grandes compagnies, alors que les familles et les travailleuses et travailleurs en arrachent Joignez-vous au NPD pour réclamer le maintien de la PCRE durant la pandémie npd.ca/prolongez-la-pcre?sou

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Justin Trudeau is cutting help for ppl in the middle of the fourth wave  While money continues to flow to mega corps - families and workers struggle to make ends meet  Stand with New Democrats in demanding that CRB continue as long the Pandemic does ndp.ca/extend-crb?source=202

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Joe, the city and the people of Toronto are better off today because of your contributions. You've made a tremendous impact for the better and I have no doubt that you will continue to uplift those around you. I wish you and your family the best.
I love Toronto. I believe that municipal government can be a powerful force for good. For equity and inclusion. For everyone. There are many ways to contribute to our community though. For me, the future (whatever it may hold) is outside elected office. thestar.com/news/gta/2021/10

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La pandémie a révélé les véritables maux sociaux dans nos communautés. Justin Trudeau n'a rien fait pour s'attaquer à la pauvreté à sa racine. Trop de familles souffrent. Il faut agir pour leur rendre la vie plus abordable. lapresse.ca/covid-19/2021-10

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En ce 7e anniversaire de l’attentat au Monument commĂ©moratif de guerre et sur la Colline du Parlement, nous avons une pensĂ©e pour la famille et les ami·es du caporal Nathan Cirillo, de l’adjudant Patrice Vincent, et les premiĂšres et premiers rĂ©pondants qui risquent leur vie.
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Today marks 7 years since the attack at the National War Memorial & Parliament Hill. On this solemn anniversary, our thoughts are with the family & friends of Corporal Nathan Cirillo & Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, as well as all first responders who put their safety at risk.
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Join me and the @Milton_Library this evening! 📚
TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT! 💃💃 Don't miss an engaging discussion with @theJagmeetSingh about his book "Love & Courage", with CBC's @MichaelSerapio! Register now and join us tonight! ow.ly/nze150Gu6Tr
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Justin Trudeau met fin Ă  l’aide dont les gens ont besoin en pleine 4e vague. Il a le pouvoir de la prolonger, mais il choisit de ne pas le faire. Les gens mĂ©ritent un gouvernement qui se bat pour eux – pas le contraire. Le NPD se bat pour vous. npd.ca/nouvelles/justin-trud

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Justin Trudeau is cutting help for people in the middle of a fourth wave. He has the power to extend help to those who depend on it, but has chosen not to. Canadians deserve a government that will fight for them, not leave them behind. New Democrats will fight for you.
Workers need support now to get through until Parliament sits in late Nov. and the govt introduces measures to permanently fix our broken EI system. Ending the Canadian Recovery Benefit means many Canadians will be left behind #CRB #canlab #cdnpoli
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I agree. No one should have to make the difficult choice between having to go to work sick or stay home without pay. Justin Trudeau should reconvene the House of Commons so we can make sure every worker has access to paid sick leave and save lives. nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pm

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J’ai eu un entretien tĂ©lĂ©phonique avec le premier ministre Justin Trudeau aujourd’hui. Je lui ai dit clairement : arrĂȘtez de poursuivre des enfants autochtones devant les tribunaux. Aidez-moi Ă  maintenir la pression sur le premier ministre : npd.ca/respecter-enfants-aut

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I spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the phone today. I told him pointedly, stop fighting Indigenous children in court. Help me keep the pressure on him. ndp.ca/respect-indigenous-ki

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Jagmeet Singh retweeted
đŸ§” Took the night to think about Doug Ford's comments on immigrants coming to Ontario. It's a form of racism as old as time – but what makes it so hurtful is how inaccurate it is. The immigrant story is one of endless work, grit, and sacrifice. Here's what I mean:
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Congrats Mayor-elect Jyoti Gondek & Amarjeet Sohi You've made history For women & ppl of colour across this country, you've broken barriers And, you've paved the way for future generations to dream bigger I look fwd to working with you & putting ppl at the heart of what we do
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Last month, the PM skipped the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation and went on vacation instead Today, he said he was visiting Tk'emlĂșps to make amends But, when asked if he would end his legal battle against Indigenous kids - he refused and instead offered more empty words
Prime Minister Trudeau was asked if his gov’t has made a decision on whether it will appeal a federal court ruling upholding an order to pay First Nations children who were taken by the child welfare system. Trudeau says he’s “consulting” with Indigenous organizations.
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En ce jour de 1929, les femmes étaient légalement reconnues comme "personnes" au Canada C'était un immense progrÚs pour certaines, mais la lutte se poursuit pour les femmes trans, racisées et autochtones Le combat continue, vers un meilleur avenir plus juste #JournéePersonne
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On this day in 1929, women were recognized as legal persons in Canada While it was great advancement for some, for many, including trans, racialized and Indigenous women, the struggle is ongoing We can and must continue to strive for a better and more just society #PersonsDay
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I acknowledge that New Brunswick is situated on the đ™Ș𝙣𝙘𝙚𝙙𝙚𝙙 and traditional territories of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq and Passamaquoddy Nations.
New Brunswick's attorney general ordered provincial staff not to make "territorial or title acknowledgements" in reference to First Nations lands, telling them to instead use an acknowledgement that excludes the words "unceded" and "unsurrendered." cbc.ca/1.6211638
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