Sunday, 22 November 2020

Canada's 2020 throne speech in under five minutes


National Post shows the top nine highlights from the 2020 Speech from the Throne you need to know.

Read more about the Canada Speech from the Throne here:

In Canada, the Speech from the Throne opens every new session of Parliament. The Speech introduces the government’s direction and goals, and outlines how it will work to achieve them.

On September 23, 2020, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, delivered the Speech from the Throne to open the second session of the 43rd Parliament and outline the government’s agenda.

The goal is to have a stronger and more resilient Canada.

Protecting Canadians from COVID-19
It is the job of the federal government to look out for all Canadians and especially our most vulnerable. We need to work together.

Helping Canadians through the pandemic
The Government is using its fiscal firepower so that Canadians, businesses, and our entire economy have the support needed to weather the storm.

Building back better - a resiliency agenda for the middle class
As we fight for every Canadian and defend everyone’s ability to succeed, we also need to focus on the future, and on building back better.

The Canada we’re fighting for
This is a fight for Canadians today and Canada tomorrow. So we must never forget the values that make us who we are.

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