A Look At 2022 So Far

July 15, 2022 at 12:16 pm  Federal, Politics

What has our Liberal team been up to in 2022 so far?

We’re now more than halfway through 2022 – so let’s take this chance to reflect on some of the crucial progress that we’ve accomplished together!

Justin Trudeau and our Liberal team have been working hard to deliver on the priorities Canadians voted for last fall – because moving Canada forward is the only option.

Let’s take a look at key moments from the last 6 months:

Making $10-a-day child care a reality across Canada

In less than a year, we signed agreements with all 13 provinces and territories to create more affordable child care spaces across the country – because every child deserves the best possible start in life.

Banning harmful single-use plastics

From cutting pollution to protecting our oceans, our Liberal team has continued to accelerate our fight against climate change – and now we’re delivering a ban on harmful single-use plastics. Canadians demanded strong action to protect the environment, and that’s exactly what we’re delivering.

Banning harmful single-use plastics

Strengthening Gun Control

Our Liberal team promised to make communities safer by strengthening gun control in Canada – and we are delivering by introducing the strongest gun control measures in over 40 years, including implementing a national freeze on handguns.

A quote to the left of a picture of Justin Trudeau reads: 'Gun violence is a complex problem, but at the end of the day, the math is really quite simple: the fewer the guns in our communities, the safer everyone will be.' - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Creating good middle class jobs

Thanks to the hard work of Canadians, we’ve regained 117% of lost jobs from the pandemic and the unemployment rate is at a record low. And this year, we’re increasing the Canada Workers Benefit up to $2,400, to put more money in the pockets of low-income families. This will help families buy their groceries and pay their rent.

Making housing more affordable

Everyone deserves a safe and affordable place to call home. That’s why since 2015, we’ve helped more than 1 million Canadians find a place to call home.

Now, Justin Trudeau and our Liberal team are building on our plan to make housing more affordable by building more homes, helping first-time home buyers, cracking down on speculation, and providing a $500 payment this year to nearly one million Canadian renters who are struggling with the cost of housing.

2022 has been a year full of important progress so far, and we are only halfway through! Our Liberal team is delivering real results for Canadians – and there is no slowing down now.

Supporters like you are at the heart of our crucial progress. Thank you for all that you have done to support growing our movement across Canada.

If you’re able, chip in now to ensure Justin Trudeau and our Liberal team can continue our important work to keep Canada moving forward.

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