Election day is here and Canadians are hitting the polls to cast their vote for who they believe is the right party for the country's future. Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party platform has seen numerous promises made during the campaign, as has every party's platform. If you need more information on what you might be voting for, we've broken down a list of eight Liberal platform promises that Justin Trudeau says will directly affect your life as a millennial.\nAccording to the Liberal Party website, the top three main priorities for the party are bringing in more money for middle-class families, instigating real action to address the climate crisis, and implementing stronger gun control.\nIf you want to look into what Trudeau has accomplished during his four years as PM, you can look at a non-partisan breakdown of his time in office here.\nAs always, it is vitally important to do your research on which party shares the same values and beliefs as you do before you head to the ballot box!\nSo what has the Liberal Party promised that will affect your daily life as a millennial? Here are eight key points from the red platform:\nHelp Create More Jobs\nAccording to the CBC, Liberals want to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, similar to other parties. Liberals also promise to create federal rules for Canadians who are employed by driving apps like Uber, Lyft, or similar. The party also wants to implement a Canada Training Benefit in order to improve employee training.\nView this post on Instagram Investing in the middle class pays off - with over 1.1 million new jobs since 2015, more Canadians are working and our economy is getting stronger every day. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 11, 2019 at 4:58pm PDT\nImprove Health Care\nAlthough the Liberals have promised to take "critical next steps" towards a national pharmacare program, they actually haven't released many details in regard to it. The Liberals also say they plan for every Canadian to have access to a family doctor and/or primary health care team and mental health services. According to Macleans, they would also add $6 billion over the next four years to the federal portion of healthcare funding in order to add and improve health services.\nWork On Helping Childcare\nLiberals promise to increase the current Canada Child Benefit by 15% for families with kids under one year of age, according to CBC, which Macleans suggests would equal a value of up to $1,000. They also plan to make parental benefits tax-free. According to Macleans, the Liberals promise to lower parents' childcare fees for these programs by 10%. For those parents who don't qualify for paid leave, the party wants to offer guaranteed income this way.\nWork To Help Climate Change\nAs one of the Liberals' top priorities, the party plans to push out coal power in the next few years by 2030 in order to help Canada surpass the Paris agreement's existing carbon emission reduction targets, according to CBC. They also pledge net-zero emissions by 2050. Macleans says the Liberals also plan to ban any "harmful" single-use plastics by as early as 2021 and plant two billion trees over the next 10 years.\nImprove The Current Education System\nThe Liberals are actually offering to make student loans interest-free for two years after graduation, which may help current students who fear their ever-growing debt. Graduates have been promised they won't have to pay until they earn over $35,000 annually, according to CBC. The party also plans to pause student loan repayments for new parents, making it interest-free until their youngest child turns five, according to Macleans.\nView this post on Instagram Number of the day: 25! We’re going to conserve and protect 25% of Canada’s lands and 25% of Canada’s oceans by 2025! —— Le nombre du jour : 25! On va conserver et protéger 25 % des territoires et 25 % des océans du Canada d’ici 2025! A post shared by Liberal Party of Canada (@liberalca) on Sep 26, 2019 at 3:42pm PDT\nFind Ways To Help The Environment\nThe CBC states that the Liberal party promises to protect 25% of Canada's natural land and ocean habitats by 2025, while working towards a 30% target by 2030, according to Macleans. Liberals also want to create the Canada Water Agency, a national group focused on water infrastructure and security.\nBetter Housing For All\nAffordable housing is a problem for many Canadians, so Liberals want to build 100,000 affordable homes over a decade to help combat this issue. For first-time home-buyers, they plan to offer subsidies of 10% on new home purchases and 5% on resales, according to CBC. They also want to retrofit 1.5 million homes for energy efficiency and offer interest-free loans of up to $40,000 in order to make houses weather-resilient.\nDeal With Taxes\nAccording to Macleans, when it comes to taxes, the Liberal party plans for no federal taxes to be levied on the first $15,000 of a worker's income by 2023, for those taxpayers whose annual salary is less than $147,000. They also plan to tax luxury vehicles such as luxury cars, boats, and personal aircraft over $100, according to Macleans, and also tech giants generating revenue in Canada, according to the CBC.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.