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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

1.12.03 - « Nous négocierons un nouvel Accord sur la santé avec les provinces et les territoires, qui inclura une entente de financement à long terme. »

Réalisée
17-janv.-2017

“Saskatchewan and the federal government have reached a health-care deal, allowing the province to get new federal money for home care and mental health, the federal government has announced.”

Réalisée
16-janv.-2017

“Canada’s public healthcare system is a source of pride. The Government of Canada and the Governments of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon are committed to ensuring it is there to meet the needs of Canadian families.”

Réalisée
23-déc.-2016

“Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador have joined New Brunswick in making bilateral deals with the federal government on health care transfers. In the deal, first reported by CBC News and confirmed by the federal government, both provinces accepted the Trudeau government’s offer of funding for home care and mental health services over the next decade.”

Réalisée
18-oct.-2016

“Federal and provincial health ministers emerged from a day of tense talks in Toronto still at odds over the federal government’s planned cut to the annual increase in federal funding for health care.”

Réalisée
29-sept.-2016

“The Government is committed to working in partnership with provinces and territories to negotiate a new multi-year health accord that will improve health care in Canada and boost health outcomes for all Canadians. The Minister of Health has begun discussions with her provincial and territorial counterparts to enhance the affordability and accessibility of prescription drugs, improve access to home care and mental health services, and support pan-Canadian innovation in the delivery of health services. As these discussions are ongoing, this budget provides immediate investments to support pan-Canadian progress on accord priorities in the form of support for innovations within the health care system. “

Réalisée
20-janv.-2016

“Justin Trudeau has promised a new era, one in which provinces and territories get a lot more say over federal decisions and money than they have in years past. An era marked by collaboration and sunny ways — and lots of meetings. Now his health minister, Jane Philpott, will try to put that into practice as she sits down Thursday in Vancouver with her provincial and territorial peers. […] During the last election, the Liberals promised they would negotiate a new accord with a long-term agreement on funding. Philpott said before focusing on the amount of money at play, she wants to talk about how that money is spent: namely, finding agreement on priorities in health care and examining how the system can be improved.”

En suspens
Publié : 19-oct.-2015
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