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Published on September 18, 2015 with No Comments

OTTAWA – As tonight’s Globe and Mail debate on the Economy moves on to the next topic, housing, it’s important to remind Canadians about Justin Trudeau’s many inconsistencies, contradictions and flip-flops on this important issue:

  • Justin Trudeau’s own infrastructure backgrounder, which includes investment in housing, shows that his commitment dips by $3-billion in years three and four. That’s not the stable, robust or long-term plan municipalities need.
  • Justin Trudeau has dug himself a huge fiscal hole with 32 days left until the election, he already has maxed out his own pledge of a $10 billion deficit.
  • He pledges to balance the budget in 2019. To get there, he will have to cut drastically putting at risk social programs Canadians rely on – or borrow even more money on the back of future generations.


  • During the 90s, the Liberals campaigned on investing in housing to solve the problem of high rent and unattainable mortgages. But after being elected, they eliminated the affordable housing program.
  • Paul Martin then cut a $128 million affordable housing program.
  • Justin Trudeau said the Martin cuts were “the right choices”. Canadians disagree.

On issue after issue, Justin Trudeau’s inexperience is showing and it’s clear that he doesn’t have a serious plan for the economy.

Mr. Trudeau refuses to reverse Mr. Harper’s recent corporate tax cuts. He has chosen billions in deficits that unnecessarily burden future generations and put at risk the services families count on.

Tom Mulcair and the NDP’s plan will kick start the economy and help middle-class families today and for the long term. It is balanced and sustainable. Mr. Trudeau’s plan is not.


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