Mr. Speaker, to continue with the list of change for the worse, in the riding of Thornhill alone, funding to Kids Come First, a new day care facility with 56 spaces, has been cut.
In Saskatchewan federal support to farmers has been cut by about $200 million this year compared to last year.
Saskatchewan families have lost about $125 million for early learning and child care.
Money to upgrade and expand the RCMP's training facilities at the Depot Division in Regina has been reduced by more than 60%.
Strategic investments in energy, science and research have disappeared.
The promise for icebreakers in deep water ports has been broken.
The construction of two schools on first nations reserves in Alberta has been postponed, despite the $21 million in funding being committed to the two projects.
The national caregiver agenda, a five year $1 billion commitment to improve the lives of unpaid caregivers has been iced.
There is more, unfortunately.