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Affordability plateformes

Voici ce que les candidats Kildonan-River East, et leurs partis, promettent.

Childcare

Liberal

  • Expand $10-a-day childcare to school-aged children
  • Ensure charitable providers are eligible for 100% of infrastructure costs
  • Increase wages and benefits for early childhood educators
  • Create a public registry of land and buildings that could be used for new childcare spaces
  • Create a single online portal for registering for childcare spaces

NDP

  • Bring in $10/day childcare all year, including summer months, with flexible hours

    "Today in Rossmere Manitoba NDP Leader Wab Kinew, joined by young families, committed to making childcare work for every Manitoban. Kinew promised an NDP government would expand the $10/day program to include summer months for school age children and make childcare hours more flexible for shift workers." — mbndp.ca, 2023-08-20

Debt

Nous n’avons par de NDP politiques sur Debt.
Nous n’avons par de PC politiques sur Debt.

Fuel and transportation costs

Nous n’avons par de Liberal politiques sur Fuel and transportation costs.
Nous n’avons par de PC politiques sur Fuel and transportation costs.

Post-secondary costs and loans

Liberal

Nous n’avons par de PC politiques sur Post-secondary costs and loans.

Poverty and the minimum wage

Liberal

  • Provide a guaranteed income for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, and people over 60

    "The implementation of a provincial guaranteed dignified income (Mincome) for people with severe physical or mental disabilities, as well as people over 60. It will be top-up based on the previous year’s income" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

  • Allow people on EIA to receive up to $500/month from volunteering

    "Remove barriers to work and volunteer for people on EIA, including by increasing the amount a person can receive when volunteering from $100 to $500 a month" — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

Nous n’avons par de NDP politiques sur Poverty and the minimum wage.
Nous n’avons par de PC politiques sur Poverty and the minimum wage.

Public transit

Liberal

  • Commit to 50/50 transit funding in Winnipeg
  • Invest in expanding transit elsewhere

PC

  • Provide $8.8M over 4 years for new Winnipeg Transit routes

    "A re-elected PC government will provide $2.2 million annually to support the Aurora and Castlebury Meadows transit lines in northern Winnipeg, as well as Prairie Pointe and Waterford Green transit lines in Waverley West, Smith noted." — pcmanitoba.com, 2023-09-28

Tax measures and rebates

Liberal

  • Provide income tax relief on a sliding scale for those earning up to $120K

    "Manitoba Liberals will make changes to the Basic Personal Exemption by offering income tax relief for low and middle-income earners. All Manitobans earning up to $120,000 will be eligible for income tax relief on a sliding scale; which represents 96% of Manitobans. For the 0.1% making $300,000 and up, the exemption would be zero." — Dougald Lamont & the Manitoba Liberals — Real Choice, Real Change

PC

  • Halve the tax rate for the lowest provincial income tax bracket over 4 years

    "To create bigger paycheques for all Manitobans, a re-elected PC government will cut the tax rate on the lowest provincial income tax bracket in half over the next four years, representing a 1.35% tax reduction annually, PC Leader Heather Stefanson announced today.

    For the average income of $50,000, that amounts to savings of $1,900 per year by 2028, or roughly the equivalent of an extra paycheque every year, providing long-term tax relief for Manitobans." — pcmanitoba.com, 2023-09-05

  • Remove PST on trees and flowers

    "To put more ‘green’ back into Manitoba streets and gardens, a re-elected PC government will remove the PST from the sale of trees and flowers, Janice Morley-Lecomte, PC candidate for Seine River, announced today.

    “We want every Manitoba family to have the opportunity to beautify their homes and neighbourhoods, and dig into the benefits of gardening,” said Morley-Lecomte. “More trees and plants mean cleaner air and healthier communities. We believe these measures will make home and community greening efforts more affordable, and help us all add an extra splash of nature to our streets.”

    Fruit and vegetable plants are already exempt from PST, Morley-Lecomte noted. Extending the exemption will build on the PCs’ commitment in Budget 2023 to plant an extra 1 million trees every year in rural, urban, and Indigenous communities across Manitoba over the next decade, she said." — pcmanitoba.com, retrieved 2023-09-17

  • Remove PST on restaurant meals

Utilities

Nous n’avons par de Liberal politiques sur Utilities.

PC

  • Instruct Manitoba Hydro to remove the carbon tax from all bills

    "Manitobans also continue to be punished by the unfair NDP-Liberal Carbon Tax, and the PCs have previously committed to fighting the carbon tax on Manitoba Hydro. Now, with a favourable legal opinion, a re-elected PC government will instruct Manitoba Hydro to immediately remove the carbon tax from all Hydro bills within the first 10 days of a new PC mandate, Stefanson said." — pcmanitoba.ca, 2023-09-05