“I want to be constructive”: Jagmeet Singh on working with Trudeau

 

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh speaks to Don Martin about his meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and working together on issues.

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28 Comments on "“I want to be constructive”: Jagmeet Singh on working with Trudeau"

  1. More taxes worse economy is what he’s actually saying!.

  2. Lillian Miller | November 14, 2019 at 9:59 PM | Reply

    I beg of you two. I know you love to spend but please be fiscally responsible. These deficits are destroying our country. Deficits were meant for really extreme times not for every term

  3. Singh you left Alberta and Saskatchewan behind a long time ago. Listening to him, it’s like listening to a broken record. The same generalities that will bankrupt Canada.

  4. ANTHONY CARMICHAEL | November 14, 2019 at 11:02 PM | Reply

    Great I’ll have nice teeth but I’ll be bankrupt…… Thanks NDP’s

  5. Trudeau does not want to be a Singher, his fantasy has always been to be a minstrel.

    • Orange Crush Colorado | November 17, 2019 at 8:59 PM | Reply

      Lone Wanderer what do I mean? Trudeau nexts costume is what the NDP leader wears. High fives in the House of Commons between both of them. They merge together to form a majority and it’s called Screw u Canada Party!!

  6. Blessings canada | November 14, 2019 at 11:07 PM | Reply

    Who will pay from pharma care when there is no money for medicare
    Be realistic NDP , go to school to learn basic financial planning

    • @Spud subsidies are giving to oil and gas, spending billions on war. More than half way there just with those two things.

    • @Bert I am not sure of government subsidizes given to oil and gas, I am aware of some tax breaks. Chasing company out of Canada is not going to solve massive unemployment and certainly is not going to help with social programs when everybody will be on unemployment insurance. I think you need to look beyond Canada, no other countries want to invest Invest because of terrible policies from a very corrupt and inexperienced government.

    • @Bert what a stupid comment. Its the other way around dummy. Alberta has given billions to the Canadian government not the other way around. You are embarrassing yourself by being so clueless.

    • Other countries cover pharma as well. Canada needs to move towards that and then dental as well! Liberals and NDP are an amazing partnership!

    • Blessings canada tbh I’d be okay with paying more taxes if it meant everyone gets free pharma care. Can’t just think about yourself. Also if he would’ve won, he said he would have had a super tax on the 1% which would’ve helped pay for it.

  7. Where are these pie in the sky green jobs Jagmeet and his fellow politicians keep talking about. Perhaps if these politicians’ daily bread depended on these so called green jobs maybe they would be rooting hard for pipelines to transport realistic oil and gas products. These politicians collect cushy salaries on the taxpayers’ dime with gold plated pensions and they keep placating the masses with some baloney about green jobs. Where are these so called green jobs?

  8. St. Justin the Brownface didn’t honor him, by showing up in full costume. 💩 An unforgivable slight!

  9. Ok, let’s wrap it up. A corrupt and out of control Government, a bankrupt and rudderless opposition, and a green speaker of the house. I vote zero confidence.

  10. Sheer – “But we won the majority!”
    Kenney – “Time to separate!”
    Moe – “A lot of the same old…”
    Singh – “Hey lets talk about what Canadians need.”

    The Conservatives/right have no interest in working with others. They have no unifying or negotiating skills, it’s just become one enclosed echo-chamber. Until our country becomes over 50% bigots, racists, and deniers (if that ever happens again LOL); they should shut up or re-evaluate their policies and goals. Cons are starting to look like the old Bloc Quebecois, before this election.

    • Allen Dribnenki | November 17, 2019 at 4:17 PM | Reply

      By the way it’s scheer…and he is not much different than the mentioned two!! And don’t micro manage him!

  11. Jess Allen from the social needs to be fired from the social

  12. The Bank Beater fishing | November 16, 2019 at 10:15 AM | Reply

    Fire jess Allen 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  13. When we will retire our big chunk of pension will be eaten by pharmacies. The life in in UK or Europe is less stressful specially in old age.

  14. Two goofs sitting around telling lies.

  15. We are doomed. Dingbats in power.

  16. Did this guy just get back from a ski trip?

  17. gurjinder singh | November 18, 2019 at 4:03 AM | Reply

    No Mr. Singh we do not want socialism.

  18. 2 guys with literally no concept of what a budget is.

  19. More Plates? Sent them, Mc2MC EH

    Hehe

  20. Got a chance to meet him, very nice guy. On another note, would never vote for him, the guy is delusional and his policies are horrible for the economy.

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