Justin Trudeau Promises To Lower Taxes and Cell Phone Bills in Mississauga

Published September 23, 2019 at 2:34 pm


Justin Trudeau appeared in Brampton on Sunday, September 22, where he promised to lower taxes and cell phone bills if he was re-elected.

Trudeau and local Liberal Party MPs made the announcement at the residence of the Minhas family, in the area of South Brampton.

“Middle-class Canadians won’t pay taxes on the first $15,000 of income they earn,” Trudeau said. “This will save the average Canadian $292 every year, while the average middle-class family will get $585.”

Trudeau stated that a re-elected Liberal government would cut cell phone bills by nearly 25 per cent, saving the average family of 4 up to $976 yearly.

Trudeau was recently under fire after images of him dressed in Brownface were brought to life in a TIME Magazine piece

However, a recently conducted National telephone survey found many Canadians still favour Trudeau as Prime Minister.

What do you think about Trudeau’s promises?

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