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Finance  Mr. Speaker, the last time the Conservative leader was in power he tried to change the age of retirement to 67. It was the Liberal government who reversed that. When we lowered taxes for the middle class and increased taxes for the 1%, they voted against our plan. Today, when we

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, two weeks ago we presented our budget to deliver fairness for every generation, because right now a nurse or a carpenter can pay taxes at a higher marginal rate than a multi-millionaire. That is not fair, and we are changing it, but the Conservatives have said that t

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, our government believes in fairness for every generation, especially younger Canadians. That is why we are investing in building more homes faster. We are investing in making life more affordable with programs such as early learning and child care and dental care. We

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Persons with Disabilities  Mr. Speaker, we are glad to be the first federal government in Canadian history to put forward the financing for supports for people with disabilities across our country. That is a milestone. It is a very big deal. This is just the first step. We recognize there is more to do, in

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Persons with Disabilities  Mr. Speaker, our government is proud to be the first federal government to introduce a disability benefit. That is a big step forward, and we are proud to have done that. We understand that we now need to work closely with the provinces and territories. This is just the beginnin

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Finance  Mr. Speaker, the reality is that what we just heard is not true. The reality is that Canada has a AAA credit rating. Canada has the lowest debt and the lowest deficit in the G7. The Conservatives oppose our plan because all they support is austerity and their rich friends.

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Finance  Mr. Speaker, two weeks ago, we presented our budget to ensure fairness for all generations, for all Quebeckers. As things stand, a nurse or a carpenter can pay taxes at a higher marginal rate than a multi-millionaire. That is unfair. However, the Conservative leader is opposed t

April 29th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, let me share with the member opposite the good news we got today, which is that inflation for March was 2.9%. For three months in a row, inflation in Canada has been within the Bank of Canada's target range. Thanks to Canadians, that is very good news for our country

April 16th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, I am very pleased that my colleague is raising the issue of child care because I think that this issue is a perfect example of the close co-operation between the federal government and the Government of Quebec. The idea for a child care system was initiated by Quebec

April 16th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, I want to start by congratulating the member for Vancouver Kingsway on his new role as finance critic. I am going to share with the House that he and I both grew up in Edmonton and first met when I was a teenager and he was working on my mother's election campaign. L

April 16th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Budget  Mr. Speaker, I have a point that I think it would be good to get the Leader of the Opposition to offer clarity on. We presented a clear choice to Canadians. We said to Canadians that we believe we need the power of government to get things built for young Canadians and to get th

April 16th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

The Budget  moved: That this House approve in general the budgetary policy of the government. Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order 83(1), I would like to table, in both official languages, the budget documents for 2024, including notices of ways and means motions. The details of the m

April 16th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, on acquisition applications subject to ministerial approval, the department relies on a rigorous review process undertaken by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, or OSFI, to provide the Minister of Finance with advice on matters relevant to th

April 8th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, in response to part (a) of the question, revenues from the federal excise duty on alcohol products are projected to be $2.2 billion in 2024 25. In response to part (b), in real terms, the government does not anticipate an increase in revenues as a result of the infl

April 8th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, on June 14, 2023, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance announced that the Government of Canada would immediately halt all government led activity at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, or AIIB, and instructed the Department of Finance to lead a rev

March 20th, 2024House debate

Chrystia FreelandLiberal