Jagmeet Singh says NDP caucus will discuss whether to support new NAFT

Source: the Prince George Citizen - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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91% Liberal


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95% "but at the end of the day when you look at some of the key issues that many Canadians brought forward about affordability, about ..."
84% "They can count on us to look carefully at this agreement.""
82% "article continues below Trending Stories Brandon Manning suspended five games for using racial slur Aboriginal Housing Society to take over apartment building Illicit drugs ..."
77% "Party whip Rachel Blaney says the party to discuss how to operate within the current minority Parliament, aiming to get the Liberals to deliver ..."
75% "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that steps to ratify the new NAFTA, including legislation, will be among the first orders of business when ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

95% : but at the end of the day when you look at some of the key issues that many Canadians brought forward about affordability, about the climate -- the NDP is a great place for them to work with."
84% : They can count on us to look carefully at this agreement.
82% : article continues below Trending Stories Brandon Manning suspended five games for using racial slur Aboriginal Housing Society to take over apartment building Illicit drugs mixed with fentanyl uncovered by B.C.'s anti-gang squad Council vetoes
77% : Party whip Rachel Blaney says the party to discuss how to operate within the current minority Parliament, aiming to get the Liberals to deliver NDP priorities like pharmacare and publicly funded dental care.
75% : Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that steps to ratify the new NAFTA, including legislation, will be among the first orders of business when Parliament resumes and that passing them will be a priority.

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