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Mon Mar 21, 2022, 08:16 PM

Trudeau and NDP in talks for NDP to support the next 4

budgets in exchange for some forms of pharmacare and dental care. That means there will not be another election till 2025. That way Canadians can get a good look at the yahoo who the Conservatives make their leader in September. CBC The National

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Reply Trudeau and NDP in talks for NDP to support the next 4 (Original post)
applegrove Mar 2022 OP
Spazito Mar 2022 #1
Bev54 Mar 2022 #2
Judi Lynn Mar 2022 #3
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Mon Mar 21, 2022, 08:40 PM

1. Sounds good to me!

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Mon Mar 21, 2022, 10:23 PM

2. I will take it!

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Wed Mar 23, 2022, 03:39 AM

3. Justin Trudeau strikes Canada's prime minister, Justin power-sharing deal with leftwing New Democrat

Confidence and supply agreement will keep Trudeau in office until 2025 in return for action on pharmaceutical and dental programs

Leyland Cecco in Toronto
Tue 22 Mar 2022 10.50 EDT

Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has struck a deal with a political rival that would keep in him power until 2025. In exchange for support from the New Democratic party on key votes, Trudeau’s Liberals have pledged progress on national pharmaceutical and dental care programs.

“With so much instability around us, Canadians need stability,” said the prime minister as he announced the deal with the NDP on Tuesday morning.

Trudeau said “nobody benefits” when parliament “doesn’t work properly”, and that his Liberals would look for common goals with the NDP and other opposition parties.

Trudeau was elected to a third term in September, but commands only a minority of seats in parliament, meaning he requires the support of other parties to govern. Minority governments have a relatively short lifespan and governing parties attempt to legislate with the ever-present fear of a looming election.

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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/22/justin-trudeau-power-sharing-deal-new-democrats

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Wed Mar 23, 2022, 05:33 PM

4. If we get pharmacare and dentacare I'm all for it!

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