Under Justin Trudeau’s lengthy leadership, Canada grapples with an infuriating reality: a shocking 2 million people now rely on food banks in a single month. These startling numbers showcase the escalating economic hardships faced by countless Canadians.
Trudeau’s era has seen the worst inflation rates in four decades and the fastest surge in interest rates in monetary history. Economic turmoil extends to housing, with the average Canadian needing an agonizing 25 years to amass a down payment for a Toronto home. Housing costs have more than doubled, placing an unbearable burden on ordinary paychecks and rendering homeownership a distant dream for many.
"After 8 years of Justin Trudeau, a record-shattering 2 million people had to go to the food bank in a single month"
"After eight years of Trudeau, we've had the worst inflation in four decades and the fastest rises in interest rates in monetary history"
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— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) November 8, 2023