#PromiseKept Highlighting 15 of the many promises kept by our Government

The middle class tax cut helps to strengthen the middle class, benefiting about 9 million Canadians each year. When middle class Canadians have more money in their pockets to save, invest, and grow the economy, we all benefit.

The Oceans Protection Plan has been created and plays a crucial role in protecting Canada’s oceans, fisheries, and wild salmon.

Budget 2016 provides significant new funding to ensure shelters and transition homes have the resources to help women and their families. An important step forward in the fight to end violence against women.

By unmuzzling government scientists and allowing them to share their expertise, our government has begun to restore science’s important role in national policy.

The government’s ambitious new immigration plan places an increased effort on uniting families more quickly and easily once they arrive in Canada.

An historic $120 billion investment in infrastructure over 10 years will help strengthen Canadian communities and grow the economy.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a big step toward gender equality when he announced Canada’s first ever gender-balanced cabinet.

After consulting with Canadians in a nation-wide process, the national inquiry into the disproportionate number of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls confirms our government’s commitment to put an end to this national tragedy.

Achieving an agreement in principle with provinces and territories to strengthen the CPP is a powerful step toward helping Canadians have a strong, secure and stable retirement.

Returning the eligibility age back to 65 for Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Income Supplement prioritizes how we care for older Canadians. It will put thousands of dollars back in the pockets of Canadians as they become seniors.

Strengthening income security for Canada’s most vulnerable single seniors reaffirms the government’s commitment to helping low-income seniors. This will improve the financial security of about 900,000 single seniors across Canada.

Bill C-14 offers the choice to die with dignity to eligible patients who are suffering intolerably.

Our government has reopened and staffed 9 Veterans Affairs service offices across the country which were closed by the previous government, while also opening a new office in Surrey, B.C. and expanding outreach to veterans in the North.

The Canada Child Benefit gives more money to 9 out of 10 Canadians families, and lifts almost 300,000 children out of poverty.

Three years since the previous government shut it down, the Kitsilano Canadian Coast Guard base in Vancouver was reopened to keep our waters safe and clean.

On April 22, 2016, Canada signed an international agreement to combat climate change and work towards a better global future.

Not only is there the Prime Minister’s Youth Council available as an opportunity for young Canadians to provide their input on national policy, but each riding has a Constituency Youth Council. This allows local, young people to have a say in their community!

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