"He wants us to believe he'll do this after an elxn?" Jagmeet Singh tweeted.
Justin Trudeau revealed his newest campaign promise of paid sick days in Canada for federal workers, but Jagmeet Singh is questioning whether or not it will actually happen.
"Within the first 100 days of a new mandate, a re-elected Liberal government will introduce 10-day paid sick leave for all federally regulated workers," the prime minister announced on August 20 during a campaign stop in Winnipeg.
Mr. Trudeau has gone through 4 waves of the pandemic without giving workers paid sick leave. Big banks? They got e… https://t.co/Rtr0EZfogb— Jagmeet Singh (@Jagmeet Singh) 1629469605.0
Trudeau also noted that his government will talk to the provinces about how to have paid sick days for provincially regulated sectors. "As the government and as the country's largest employer, it's up to us to set the example," he said.
"After 18 months of refusing to do this, while workers got sick or worse, he wants us to believe he'll do this after an elxn?" Singh said.