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Liberal Party Of Canada Candidates Speak About Justin Trudeau’s Infrastructure Plan

Petrina D’Souza, 28 Aug, 2015
  • Liberal Party Of Canada Candidates Speak About Justin Trudeau’s Infrastructure Plan
At an event held at Grand Taj Banquet Hall in Surrey, Liberal Party of Canada candidates spoke to the media about the plans made by the Liberal Party for the betterment and growth on the city and the country at large.
 
Candidates Sukh Dhaliwal (Surrey-Newton), Harjit Sajjan (Vancouver South), Randeep Sarai (Surrey Centre), Ken Hardie (Fleetwood-Port Kells), Jati Sidhu (Mission-Matsqui- Fraser Canyon), Carla Qualtrough (Delta), John Aldag (Cloverdale-Langley City), Joy Davies (South Surrey-White Rock) and Jessie Adcock (Port Moody-Coquitlam), who are contesting for the upcoming elections from different areas of B.C., shared their trust and dedication towards the party as well as their desire to make the city and the country a better place for its residents. 
 
 
Dr. Gulzar Cheema was also present at the event. “People are very nervous and worried about the future and economy. There is only one leader and party that is giving the people a solid plan – that is Justin Trudeau and Liberal party,” said Sukh Dhaliwal.
 
A lot of topics were discussed at the meet – middle class families, senior citizens, women, housing, immigrants, better environment, and employment facilities, among others. The main focus however was on Liberal Head Justin Trudeau’s infrastructure policy which was unveiled on August 27.
 
 
The multi-billion dollar plan includes significant new funding for public transit and transportation and affordable housing, as well as funding to help communities adapt to climate change, which has been blamed for billions in damage from flooding, wildfires and hailstorms.
 
 
 
Trudeau says the extra $60 billion in spending over 10 years would boost infrastructure spending to $125 billion.

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