Pressing Issues

Cost of Living in Canada Poll

Are you happy with the cost of living in Canada?
  • Somewhat Concerned 35%, 261 vote
    261 vote 35%
    261 vote - 35% of all votes
  • It's Alarming 20%, 145 votes
    145 votes 20%
    145 votes - 20% of all votes
  • It's Out of Control 18%, 134 votes
    134 votes 18%
    134 votes - 18% of all votes
  • Very Happy 14%, 102 votes
    102 votes 14%
    102 votes - 14% of all votes
  • It is Okay 13%, 96 votes
    96 votes 13%
    96 votes - 13% of all votes
Total Votes: 738
April 1, 2019 - October 21, 2019
Voting is closed
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Where We Are


The cost of living has gone up, making it difficult for ordinary Canadians like you and me to secure our financial future. The real inflation in Canada is around 50%


Young people in Canada are unable to afford their own homes. The cost of homes in the GTA and Vancouver have tripled in the last 3-4 years.


93% of the carbon tax is borne by consumers like you and the balance 7% by industries causing pollutants. The government collects $35bn in GST.


Our food prices have increased by 200-300%. A household of 4 needs around $1200-1400 a month just for food and toiletries.

Where We Could Be

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Full Job Security

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Affordable Housing

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Controlled Taxes

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Lower Cost of Living

Canadians, Vote CFF on October 21, 2019!

We ask young Canadians to repose their trust in our party.

How would a young person buy or rent homes in future? There are no jobs that pay so much. Our debt levels are increasing. A lot of debt and borrowing is unreported as people borrow from private sources and friends. And most people are forced to work for cash to save their tax and are discouraged from operating small businesses due to excessive gouging by the governments. Canadians are just living off the equity of their homes.

We aim to change the lives of middle-class Canadians. The world is shifting and traditional parties are being booted out all over the world.

Join Canada's Fourth Front Party to unlock a sustainable, affordable and happier future!

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