ARCHIVES: NDP PARTY POLICY AREAS

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THE WORKPLACE:

  • RAISING MINIMUM WAGE TO $15
  • GUARANTEEING SICK DAYS FOR ALL
  • GUARANTEEING HOURS AND PREDICTABLE SCHEDULES
  • FAIRNESS FOR TEMP WORKERS
  • PROTECTING INDEPENDENT WORKERS
  • SUPPORTING THE RIGHT TO JOIN AND BELONG TO A UNION
  • KEEPING WORKERS SAFE
  • ESTABLISHING CARD CHECK CERTIFICATION AND INTRODUCING FIRST-CONTRACT ARBITRATION

CREATING JOBS

  • ENCOURAGING INNOVATION CLUSTERS
  • HELPING SMALL BUSINESS BY OVERHAULING ONTARIO’S BUSINESS SUPPORT PROGRAMS
  • SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESS WITH GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT
  • INVESTING IN INFRASTRUCTURE
  • SUPPORTING TRADES AND APPRENTICESHIPS
  • ATTRACTING MORE IMMIGRANTS AND MAKING IT EASIER FOR THEM TO BUILD A GOOD LIFE HERE I
  • SUPPORTING OUR AUTO AND MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
  • SUPPORTING OUR AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIES
  • SUPPORTING OUR MEDIA AND CULTURAL INDUSTRIES
  • GETTING MOVING ON THE RING OF FIRE

HEALTH CARE

  • UNIVERSAL ONTARIO PHARMACARE
  • ENDING DECADES OF CUTS AND PRIVATIZATION IN HEALTH CARE
  • SUPPORTING HEALTH CARE WORKERS AND PROFESSIONALS
  • PROVIDING THE BEST HOME CARE IN CANADA
  • INVESTING IN QUALITY LONG-TERM CARE
  • GUARANTEEING CAREGIVER LEAVES
  • TACKLING USER FEES IN HEALTH CARE
  • IMPROVING CANCER CARE
  • PROTECTING HOSPITALS AS THE HEART OF COMMUNITIES
  • FASTER EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS
  • PROVIDING FASTER ACCESS TO FAMILY DOCTORS AND PRIMARY CARE
  • CUTTING WAITS FOR SURGERY
  • IMPROVING QUALITY AND ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH CARE
  • MAKING DENTAL CARE MORE AFFORDABLE AND AVAILABLE
  • IMPROVING CARE IN FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES
  • PROMOTING HEALTH EQUITY
  • SUPPORTING MIDWIVES AND COMMUNITY MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES
  • IMPROVING PALLIATIVE CARE AND DIGNITY AT END-OF-LIFE

IMPROVING LIVING IN CITIES AND TOWNS

  • CUTTING HYDRO COSTS AND BRINGING HYDRO ONE BACK INTO PUBLIC HANDS
  • MAKING CHILD CARE MORE AFFORDABLE
  • GETTING ONTARIO MOVING BY MATCHING MUNICIPAL INVESTMENT IN PUBLIC TRANSIT
  • ROAD MAINTENANCE
  • MAKING HOME OWNERSHIP A REALITY
  • MAKING RENTALS AFFORDABLE
  • IMPROVING CONSUMER PROTECTION
  • REDUCING AUTO INSURANCE RATES
  • INCREASING ACCESS TO RECREATION
  • PROTECTING PROVINCIAL PARKS AND GREEN SPACE
  • IMPROVING ACCESS TO HEALTHY, AFFORDABLE FOOD
  • MAKING COMMUNITIES SAFER FOR ALL OF US

SOCIAL SERVICES AND ACTION ON POVERTY

  • FIXING AND IMPROVING SOCIAL ASSISTANCE
  • INVESTING IN CREATING AND REPAIRING SOCIAL HOUSING
  • PROTECTING OUR CHILDREN IN CARE AND SOCIAL SERVICES
  • CONTINUITY OF CARE AND SUPPORT

LIFELONG LEARNING: AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE

  • KINDERGARTEN TO GRADE 12
  • MAKING KINDERGARTEN CLASSES SMALLER
  • PROVIDING MORE SUPPORT FOR SPECIAL NEEDS
  • SUPPORTING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM THROUGH ADULTHOOD
  • FIXING STUDENT ASSESSMENT AND EQAO
  • REPAIRING OUR SCHOOLS
  • PROTECTING FRENCH-LANGUAGE EDUCATION
  • INDIGENOUS STUDENTS
  • CREATING HEALTHY AND SAFE CLASSROOMS
  • SUPPORTING DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS
  • LEARNING FOR A LIFETIME: TRAINING, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
  • INCREASING THE ROLE OF COLLEGES IN LIFE LONG LEARNING

A CLEANER, GREENER ONTARIO

  • MAKING SURE CARBON PRICING IS FAIR, TRANSPARENT AND EFFECTIVE
  • PROMOTING CONSERVATION
  • UPDATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL BILL OF RIGHTS
  • CLEANING UP THE GRASSY NARROWS MERCURY DISASTER

SOCIAL EQUALITY

  • GENDER EQUITY
  • ELIMINATING HOMOPHOBIA AND TRANSPHOBIA
  • HALTING ISLAMOPHOBIA
  • ENDING ANTI-BLACK RACISM
  • STOPPING ANTI-SEMITISM
  • REMOVING BARRIERS AND CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  • INDIGENOUS RELATIONS AND RECONCILIATION
  • RECOGNIZING OUR FRANCOPHONE CULTURE

BETTER GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY

  • GETTING A BETTER FEDERAL DEAL FOR ONTARIO FAMILIES
  • MAKING A NEW DEAL WITH TOWNS AND CITIES
  • RECOGNIZING TORONTO’S UNIQUE ROLE
  • PARTNERING WITH SCHOOL BOARDS
  • ELECTORAL REFORM
  • BUILDING A GOVERNMENT-TO GOVERNMENT RELATIONSHIP WITH FIRST NATIONS
  • RAISING REVENUES THROUGH NEW, FAIR AND PROGRESSIVE SOURCES
  • MAKING THE INVESTMENTS FAMILIES NEED
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