On Political Cartoons

As a means of publicity, a cartoon visually illustrates a point of view and expresses the cartoonist’s feelings with its unique artistic presentation. It is full of witty content and satire, is strongly humorous, and makes people think while making them smile. A good cartoon reflects and expresses public opinions and will attract extensive attention and feedback. Popular cartoons are rooted in public life. They are an art that embodies and presents public life.


Liberals move forward to deliver on Ontario’s priorities

From day one, the Liberal Government stood up for our middle class and those working hard to join it with the Canada Child Benefit and by cutting taxes for the middle class and raising them on the top 1 per cent. We stood up to Donald Trump on NAFTA to defend our workers, and we will continue to do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes, to get through this pandemic.


Canadians have a choice to move forward and grow the middle class – for everyone

The Liberals came to Ottawa to stand up for the middle class and people working hard to join it. From day one, we focused on having Canadians’ backs by creating the Canada Child Benefit and cutting taxes for the middle class by raising them on the top one per cent. This approach helped grow the economy, allowed us to raise over 400,000 kids out of poverty, and gave us the fiscal firepower to be there for Canadians throughout the pandemic. Now, as we roll out our plan to finish the fight against COVID-19 and build a better Canada, we are going to continue our work to make life more affordable and make sure no one is left behind.


再次当选的自由党政府将会继续向前,对加拿大研究、创新、与科学做出重大投 资。



Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole announces his plan to give working Canadians $1/hour raise

Today, the Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, released his plan to lift up Canadians by doubling the Canada Workers Benefit.

“Canadians are struggling, and for too long our most vulnerable workers have been left behind without the proper support to provide for themselves and their families,” said O’Toole. “Canada’s Conservatives believe that it’s time to make work pay and help those most in need.”


Our Lives are Essential: Chinese Canadian Frontline Workers Pandemic Report

Toronto — Chinese Canadian frontline workers are facing a parallel pandemic of racism as well as COVID-19 itself. A new report from the Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter (CCNCTO) highlights low wages, long hours, high stress and unsafe working conditions during the pandemic. The report, entitled “Our Lives Are Essential: Chinese Canadian Frontline Workers Pandemic Report” was an effort of more than 50 volunteers, members and workers, who collected 295 surveys and 11 in-depth interview stories. Most workers surveyed are employed as personal support workers, in restaurants, grocery stores and factories.