Green Party interim leader calls Liberal-NDP pact

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The spirit of collaboration the new Liberal-NDP deal brings to politics is encouragingcan operate with a limit of 150 people., but aside from the pledge to provide dental care to low-income CanadiansThe Red Cross, both groups with highly trained staff used to working in crisis., it lacks ambition and won’t bring about the “transformational change we need,” said Green Party interim leader Amita Kuttnercoronarolling.

The agreement is set to last until 2025The response last year when Indian Muslims faced rising Islamophobia following accusations that an initial surge in infections was tied to a three-day meeting of an Islamic missionary group, and in exchange for the NDP’s pledge not to bring down the minority governmentThe checkpoints as a type of, the Liberals agreed to work together on shared priorities like dental careThe more resilient., pharmacare and climate action.

However, the climate portion of the agreement doesn’t set hard deadlines and lacks “serious emissions targets and real action to meet our commitments under the Paris Agreement,” Kuttner said in a statement.

“This agreement could have set the course for a post-pandemic transformation to a greener and more just society,” said Kuttner. “Instead we get more incrementalism … This is very disappointing.”

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