by Candice Bergen
Yesterday I was in Vancouver announcing new measures to support youth skills training across the country.
At the same time, Justin Trudeau was announcing that he would not be putting forward any policies until 2015. Of course we already know about his one policy – legalizing marijuana. He clearly believes that Canadians need a joint more than they need a job.
Contrary to the Liberal leader, our Government knows that Canada’s youth are talented and ambitious, yet often face hurdles when entering the job market. As such, we’re not passing them joints, we’re helping them get the experience they need to enter the labour market and get high paying jobs…
by Laureen Harper
As a mom of two teens, I know from my own experience that there isn’t a single obstacle in this world a parent wouldn’t overcome in order to protect their child. Like a mother bear with her cubs, that fierce parental instinct automatically appears when you see your own child in danger. But in today’s high tech world, “virtually shielding” your child from pain is much more complicated.
Cyber bullying is a real problem that needs serious attention from all Canadians. Over the past few months, I have learned valuable lessons while working on some important new initiatives. I think all parents should know about these resources and that’s why I’m reaching out to you today…
by Kerry-Lynne Findlay
As a mother of four, I know how expensive raising children can be. Worrying about the costs can weigh on you and affect your overall well-being. Our government is doing what we can to help.
We believe that taxes should be lower so that Canadians can keep more of their hard-earned money. That’s why we’ve cut taxes over 140 times since 2006, reducing the overall tax burden to its lowest level in nearly 50 years. In fact, we have removed over 1 million low-income families, individuals and seniors from the tax rolls altogether!
We’ve introduced tax credits to ensure that parents raising children get as much help as possible. Some of these measures include…
by PM Harper
As a parent, I know that the world can often be a scary place. Nothing is more important to us than our children, which is why our government has made their safety a top priority.
Since 2006, our government has put forward a number of measures to better protect children, including…