Campaigns and Petitions

SAVE OUR (SLGA/LIQUOR) STORES

Times are tough for Saskatchewan residents. The government isn't making it easier.

They decided to privatize the retail side of SLGA and close all public liquor stores; stores that make a profit. That means less money to support public services like education, health care and highways.

It's time we stand together for the people of Saskatchewan. Show your support and take action to save Saskatchewan's public liquor stores.

https://www.sgeu.org/news/campaigns/save-our-stores

Dental Care

There are people in Canada who have never been able to afford dental care.

People like Danielle, a contractor, who told Jagmeet she has never been able to afford dental care or prescription medicine.

Parents like Adam, a single father, who messaged Jagmeet to say both his children need dental surgery but he’s worried about how he’ll pay those bills at $2,000 each.

Workers like Sally, who lost one of her jobs in the pandemic. She says she is struggling and has never been able to afford to go to the dentist. She texted Jagmeet to say what a blessing it is that her dental health may soon be covered.

But there’s a problem – Conservatives are already complaining about the cost of helping families while they focus on advocating for help for the ultra-rich.

They say Canadians don’t need dental care. Tell Conservatives they’re wrong by signing this petition today.

The affordability crisis is impacting every aspect of our lives. This historic expansion of health care to include dental care and pharmacare will make a massive difference in improving people's quality of life — people like Adam, Sally, and Danielle.

Conservatives don’t have any plans at all to help the 6.5 million Canadians who can’t afford a trip to the dentist, and we know they will do whatever they can to stop this historic expansion of public healthcare. They want to privatize healthcare instead.

If they get their way, Danielle, Sally, Adam, and millions more like them may never get the help — the help they say they need right now.

If you agree dental care for Canadians is desperately needed, make sure to add your name:

ndp.ca/dental-care-for-all

Show we care


investigate greed / greedflation

Something about food prices just doesn’t add up. Parliament needs to find out why.

One in four Canadians are going hungry while big grocery chains make billions in record profits. The CEO of Sobeys alone has made more than $8 million this year. That’s 15% more than last year.

Sky high food prices still aren’t coming down and employee wages aren’t going up, either. It makes no sense, and it’s hurting Canadian families.

With a new baby daughter of my own to think about I’m worried for my family, and for yours too.

We deserve to know the truth about what’s going on - because it isn’t you driving inflation, Dave. But you’re still the one paying for it.

It’s time to tackle the real cause of inflation: corporate greed.

Take action now to help families put dinner on the table. Tell Parliament to investigate how unchecked corporate greed is driving grocery prices sky high.


Sign our petition


A Parliamentary investigation can help us get to the bottom of this. It’s time for billionaire CEOS to be held accountable, both to you and to grocery store workers who haven’t gotten a raise.

The Liberals have shown they’d rather help out big corporations, and the Conservatives aren’t interested in tackling “greedflation” at all. Both of the status quo parties said no to a windfall tax on record profits.

It will take a powerful grassroots movement to take on the grocery CEOs overpricing our food, but together we can take on greedy CEOs.

If you agree Parliament needs to investigate grocery CEOs raising prices, sign our petition.

Because everyone should be able to afford to eat.

Thank you,

Dhananjai Kohli

President

Canada's NDP