Ginette Petitpas Taylor: The Canada Child Benefit “has lifted hundreds of thousands of children out of poverty.”
There’s no data yet.
But that says nothing about protectionism.
Not a measurable term.
Across agencies, yes. Across information, no.
Justin Trudeau: Tom Mulcair “changed his mind, and he wants us to use our majority to ram through electoral change.”
Nope. On both counts.
Catherine McKenna: HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons) “are tens of thousands of times more polluting than carbon dioxide.”
Generalization. Some are, but the average is lower.
Justin Trudeau: Young women “account for a shocking 74 per cent of all new HIV infections among adolescents in Africa.”
In sub-Saharan Africa.
Justin Trudeau: “We know that people are going to spend [child benefit income] on healthier groceries, on school supplies, on summer camp for kids.”
Evidence backs him up.
Harjit Sajjan: Barack Obama’s reference to Canada doing its “full share” not a call to increase defence spending
Inconsistent with context
The number is irrelevant