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Trudeau pledges rebates for zero emission vehicles

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Welcome to The Hub’s Federal Election 2021 Policy Pulse, where we’ll be tracking all the policy announcements from the major parties, with instant analysis from our crew of experts.

With the election scheduled for Sept. 20, we’ll be monitoring 36 days worth of policy ideas, so watch out each morning for the day’s live blog where we’ll be tracking every announcement as it happens.

Sunday

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was in Cambridge, Ontario, to make an announcement about battling climate change, including a $5,000 rebate on zero emission vehicles.

Conservative leader Erin O’Toole was in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec on Sunday to pledge a 25 percent tax break for people who invest up to $100,000 in a small business over the next two years. O’Toole also highlighted a plan for loans up to $200,000 to small and medium-sized businesses.

Erin O’Toole wants to tackle high grocery prices

News

Welcome to The Hub’s Federal Election 2021 Policy Pulse, where we’ll be tracking all the policy announcements from the major parties, with instant analysis from our crew of experts.

With the election scheduled for Sept. 20, we’ll be monitoring 36 days worth of policy ideas, so watch out each morning for the day’s live blog where we’ll be tracking every announcement as it happens.

Saturday

In a bid to lower grocery prices, Conservative leader Erin O’Toole was in Fredericton on Saturday promising to strengthen price-fixing laws, with possible jail-time for executives convicted of pricing.

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh promised to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt for eligible Canadians at a campaign stop in Sudbury on Saturday. Singh also promised to double the amount of federal tuition grants and forgive the federal portion of student loans for five years.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau had no public events on Saturday.