Skip to main content

Trudeau to increase old-age security, Singh pledges denticare, Scheer vows cuts to corporations

A Liberal government would give more money to older Canadians by boosting old-age benefits, while a Conservative one would claw back $1.5-billion in corporate subsidies, leaders said Wednesday. The NDP, meanwhile, would rather put money in the mouths of low- and middle-income Canadians in the form of a national dental care plan.

The Canadian Press

To view this site properly, enable cookies in your browser. Read our privacy policy to learn more.
How to enable cookies