Three thousand Liberals are in Montreal this weekend for a biennial policy convention, Justin Trudeau's first as party leader and the last such gathering before the next federal election.
The Liberal delegates will vote on 32 “priority” policy resolutions in a plenary session on Sunday, including 14 that came out of various policy workshops. The decisions won’t be binding – nothing guarantees these resolutions will find their way into the 2015 electoral platform – but they will set the tone for Mr. Trudeau’s agenda. The plenary session will also deal with the situation in Ukraine, and look to formalize Mr. Trudeau’s decision to expel all senators from his Liberal caucus.
The full list of resolutions is here including these five to watch:
Sustainable infrastructure investment
Implementing the Kelowna Accord
A new health-care deal
Death with dignity: Legalizing medically-assisted death
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