To make Canada work for all ages, we need to do the math
Last month we teamed up with Members of Parliament Jennifer O'Connell and Nathaniel Erskine-Smith to brief other Liberal MPs on why it's so important to start analyzing age/generational trends in next year's critical pre-election budget.
The event was standing room only, with many of the 18 Liberal MPs in attendance saying the personal letters received from Gen Squeeze supporters/constituents were what got them in the room. 🙌
Now we need to turn that keen interest into firm support.
We already have internal champions like MPs O'Connell, Erskine-Smith and others. But budget season is a busy time, with many competing priorities. To push this over the top we need a critical mass of Liberal MPs to hear from their constituents and give the 👍
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On Oct. 24 we held a standing-room only event for Liberal MPs on Parliament Hill
We made the case for Canada to follow the lead of places like the European Union and start analyzing age/generational trends in public finance.
It's the only way to make sure we're budgeting fairly for young and old alike and will help ensure we pass down fewer debts to future generations.
18 MPs attended (with a few more represented by staff)
Now we need those Liberal Members of Parliament ☝️ to follow up with Parliamentary Secretary O'Connell and say:
Getting this kind of generational accounting information is important. You have my support.