To the Prime Minister:
We have run up hundreds of billions of dollars in debt during the coronavirus pandemic.
We can’t afford to have these temporary emergency measures become permanent income guarantees.
We, the undersigned, demand that the Government of Canada ensure temporary emergency pandemic spending does not become permanent.
To the Prime Minister,
The federal government has banned hundreds of types of guns owned by law-abiding Canadians and the Liberal election platform includes $200 million in taxpayers’ money to buy back those guns.
This expensive policy arbitrarily bans and buys guns owned by law-abiding Canadians and will not take away illegal guns from criminals.
Further, it’s wrong to impose this policy without a vote in the House of Commons.
And spending $200 million to buy legally owned guns will not make Canadians safer.
We, the undersigned, call on the Prime Minister scrap his gun ban and buy back.
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To Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Opposition Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Bloc Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet
Millions of Canadians have lost their jobs and lost income as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
All Canadians are making sacrifices as we go through this crisis together. Government must do its part. And elected officials need to lead the way.
Accordingly, we the undersigned call on you to reduce the salary of Members of Parliament.
To Prime Minister Justin Trudeau:
Now that your government has put billions of taxpayer dollars at risk by purchasing the Trans Mountain pipeline, it is more important than ever that the project moves forward.
If this pipeline continues to be blocked due to political games and illegal activity, taxpayers will be left with a massive bill.
We the undersigned call on the Government of Canada to get the Trans Mountain extension built and sold to ensure taxpayers are paid back.
To Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna:
Your government’s plan to impose a “pan-Canadian carbon framework” – a carbon tax – on any province that refuses to do so itself will be an unfair hit to Canadian families, businesses and rural communities.
The carbon tax will also increase the price of food and clothing, and will mean lost jobs and struggling or bankrupt businesses.
The carbon tax will hit rural Canadians particularly hard, where driving is a necessity.
Our economy is fragile and the last thing it needs is yet another tax.
We the undersigned call on the Government of Canada to scrap the federal carbon tax.
To Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez:
Lobbyists for the film and music industries have been calling for a new ‘data tax’ for Canadians who use the internet.
Canadians already pay taxes on their cable bills.
We’re already forced to pay into cultural subsidy funds.
And we already pay directly for streaming services like Netflix.
We the undersigned call on your government not to impose a new data tax on internet use.