Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party have only achieved a fraction of the promises they made – 15.5 per cent – in their first year running the country.
That’s 34 of 219, according to the non-partisan, citizen-driven site TrudeauMetre.ca. Another 29 per cent are in progress, while 55 per cent have either been broken (26 of 219) or not yet come to the fore (95 of 219).
If there was a central plank in the Liberal election platform, tax relief for the so-called middle class was it.
Trudeau and his cabinet have checked off some big-ticket items, including introducing a new, tax-free Canada Child Benefit, cutting the “middle class” income tax bracket and introducing a new bracket for those earning more than $200,000.
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