Take the 7-question platform poll

Help shape the next Liberal Platform – Justin Trudeau will be reviewing the results personally.
  • Which of the following economic trends do you feel it is most important for the federal government to find solutions for?



  • Which of the following environmental initiatives do you feel most needs to become a federal government priority?



  • Which of the following infrastructure investments do you feel most needs to become a government priority?



  • Which of the following retirement strategies do you feel most needs to become a government priority?



  • Which of the following veterans policies do you feel most needs to become a government priority?



  • The Conservative government recently announced their income splitting policy.

    The Liberal Party opposes this policy, as only 15% of Canadians will be eligible, and the majority of the benefits will flow to the richest Canadians. Single mothers, couples earning similar salaries, and most seniors will not see a cent.

    Income splitting will cost taxpayers $2 billion a year. Which of the following alternatives to income splitting would you most like to see this money invested in?



  • The Conservative Party has introduced Bill C-42 on gun control. The Liberal Party is supportive of certain elements of the bill which simplify the registration process, but has raised two areas of concern. Specifically, that it would allow people with restricted firearms in their car (such as assault rifles) to stop anywhere they want within their province en route to and from gun shops and ranges, be it shopping centres or bars. The bill also moves the power to decide what is a “dangerous firearm” from the RCMP to a Cabinet Minister, raising concerns that special interest groups could pressure politicians to ease restrictions on dangerous firearms.

    If the Liberal Party forms government, which approach would you like to see:



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    Do you want us to change the name in the system to "%new".
    Or is this entry made by "%new" and not "%last" ?