“The Conservatives like to say they’re for the people, but then they cut taxes for the wealthy and cut services for everybody else. In October, we’ve got a choice to make: Keep moving forward and build on the progress we’ve made, or go back to the politics of the Harper years. I’m for moving forward — for everyone.”
Leader, Liberal Party of Canada
This October, choose forward.
Progress is about helping people — in big and small ways, every day. There's nothing more important than that. We've been hearing from Canadians about how our progress since 2015 is making life better for them and their families, and why our choice is to keep going forward. Here are a few of your stories:
I like him. I like his style and way of thinking. That is why I voted for him. He is a straightforward guy.
It’s a new way of doing politics, and I appreciate it because with past parties, it was always a closed circle. Now I see increased access at the political level.
Rani and Alex’s Story
If you don't help the most vulnerable, your country isn't as good as it can be. I think that's something that can go backward really really fast if we don't vote to keep progressing.
My parents come from a part of the world that is not far away. To be in Canada and have access to free universal healthcare… I put things into perspective.
I wanna make sure we're choosing a government that focuses on health from a perspective of facts and evidence instead of feelings about what's easiest and most convenient.
When you are a single income household, every now and then it can be a bit challenging. We need to ensure that all children's needs are met, and I believe Justin Trudeau is the man for that.
Knowing that the Canada Child Benefit is there — particularly now that it’s been enhanced — we can focus on building a business so as a family, we can grow.
Carole and Claudette’s Story
I would like to continue with the current government because they have already started doing things to help people, for schools, for children, for the elderly, for caregivers.