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Canada
Premier ministre
Parti libéral du Canada
1904 jours de mandat
42e législature du Canada
03 déc. 2015 - 11 sept. 2019
43e législature du Canada
05 déc. 2019 - actuel

L’élection fédérale canadienne de 2019 (officiellement la 43e élection générale canadienne) a eu lieu le 21 octobre 2019 et a permis d’élire les députés de la Chambre des communes à la 43e législature du Canada.

Le Parti libéral, dirigé par le premier ministre sortant Justin Trudeau, a remporté 157 sièges, formant ainsi un gouvernement minoritaire. Les libéraux ont perdu le gouvernement majoritaire qu’ils avaient obtenu lors de la précédente élection fédérale en 2015. Ils ont aussi perdu le vote populaire face aux conservateurs. Il s’agit aussi du deuxième cas seulement dans l’histoire canadienne où un parti forme le gouvernement en ayant reçu moins de 35 % du vote populaire national.

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Histoire de la promesse

1.06.02 - « Pour aider les familles à prendre soin d’un être cher à domicile, nous assouplirons les prestations de compassion de l’assurance-emploi et en faciliterons l’accès pour qu’elles ne se limitent plus aux services de soins de fin de vie. »

Réalisée
17-déc.-2018

“You may be able to claim the CCC if you support your spouse or common-law partner with a physical or mental impairment. An individual is considered to depend on you for support if they rely on you to regularly and consistently provide them with some or all of the basic necessities of life, such as food, shelter and clothing.”

Réalisée
22-mars-2017

“To better support caregivers, Budget 2017 proposes to provide $691.3 million over five years, starting in 2017–18, and $168.1 million per year thereafter, to create anew EI caregiving benefit of up to 15 weeks. The new benefit will cover a broader range of situations where individuals are providing care to an adult family member who requires significant support in order to recover from a critical illness or injury. Parents of critically ill children will continue to have access to up to 35 weeks of benefits, with additional flexibility to share these benefits with more family members.””

Réalisée
22-mars-2016

“In addition, the Government is committed to further improving EI. This includes making Compassionate Care Benefits easier to access, more flexible and more inclusive for those who provide care for seriously ill family members, and providing more flexibility in parental leave benefits to better accommodate unique family and work situations. These objectives will be advanced over the course of the Government’s mandate.”

Réalisée
04-janv.-2016

“The Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, today highlighted the coming into force of a previously announced increase in the duration of the Employment Insurance (EI) compassionate care benefit, which will provide additional financial security to Canadian workers and their families in times of need. The Minister also said today that the Government will work towards providing more generous leave for caregivers in the future. The Government has committed to making the compassionate care benefit more flexible, easier to access and more inclusive, she said.”

Réalisée
22-déc.-2015

“The Trudeau government is following through on a Conservative plan to extend compassionate care leave for the care of terminally ill loved ones from six to 26 weeks starting Jan. 3, 2016. But the government says it plans to rework the program later in the year to expand the number of people who can take advantage of the enriched employment insurance plan.”

En suspens
Publié : 19-oct.-2015
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