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2019 Canadian federal election : What the parties say for caregivers ?

In this context of the 2019 federal election, the RANQ has called on the political parties to answer our questions about caregiving. We asked every party to answer 7 questions related to this three themes, conciliation aid-work-studies, tax measures and financial insecurity.

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The questions that were asked are:

1)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to making the tax credits benefitting caregivers refundable? If so, how ?

2)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to expanding the eligibility criteria for the Canadian Caregiver Tax Credit and making them more flexible? If so, how ?

3)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to developing additional tax measures to better financially support caregivers? If so, how ?

4)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to expanding eligibility criteria for caregiver benefits and making them more flexible? If so, how ?

5)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to increasing the employment-insurance amount for caregivers? If so, how ?

6)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to giving part-time students who are also caregivers access to all scholarships? If so, how ?

7)     If your party is elected, will your government commit to developing a direct financial support measure for all caregivers? If so, how ?