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2014 Policy Resolutions

Party members have spent the last several months developing policy resolutions touching important priorities like investments in infrastructure, telecommuting solutions, youth employment, post-secondary education, and restoring trust in democracy.

These are the policies that were adopted at the Montreal 2014 – Liberal Biennial Convention.

Priority Resolutions

163. Emergency Resolution on Ukraine

164. Emergency Resolution: Restoring Electoral Fairness

1. National Transportation Strategy

11. Equalizing On-Reserve Education

21. Acknowledging the Past in Order to Move Forward: A Resolution to Officially Reject The 1969 White Paper

31. Restoring Trust in Canada’s Democracy

50. National Energy Strategy

51. National Framework for Mental Health

61. Aboriginal Issues

71. Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) Enhancements

100. Creating a Basic Annual Income to be Designed and Implemented for a Fair Economy

111. Resilient Communities in Canada’s North

113. National Action Plan on Dementia

123. Health Care

133. Respecting Aboriginal Rights

153. Funding for Health Care

159. Fracking

165. Death with Dignity: Legalizing Medically-Assisted Death

Priority resolutions coming from workshops

3. A National Strategy for a Universal Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Program to Support Canadian Families in Honouring the Rights of Children to Achieve their Full Potential

38. A New Deal on Health Care

10. Pensions: Old Age Security & Canada Pension Plan

97. Basic Income Supplement:Testing a Dignified Approach to Income Security for Working-age Canadians

36. Sustainable and Transformative Canadian Infrastructure Investment

5. New Jobs for New Times – Securing Canada’s Future Through Innovation

29. Implementing the Kelowna Accord

110. A Resolution for Action for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

33. A Social Covenant with Canadian Veterans

162. Affordable National Housing Strategy

160. RCMP Oversight

92. Redressing the “democratic deficit” for women in Parliament

6. Climate Change Action

2. The “Bees and Farming” Resolution: Moratorium on Neonicotinoids in Canada