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Jean-Yves Duclos

Experts and advocates say for-profit long-term care homes should be taken back into public hands.
One company being accused of negligence in its handling of the coronavirus pandemic is owned by a crown corporation.
The employment minister later said 200,000 CERB claims have not been flagged as potentially fraudulent.
The plan was announced in Richmond Hill, where just six per cent of homes for sale would qualify.
It will propose implementation of Canada's first-ever official poverty line.
Service Canada employees asked to use "parent" instead of "mother" or "father."
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says a basic income is not something the federal government is looking at.
Canadians spoke loud and clear. They want a strong, collaborative national housing strategy to facilitate housing for those most in need, address the unique challenges facing indigenous peoples, eliminate homelessness, make housing more affordable and improve data collection, analysis and research.
Women's homelessness is a significant, yet often hidden, crisis facing this country. Research shows that for every person who is absolutely homeless, there are at least three more who fall into the hidden homelessness category.
But a Liberal minister is warning that not all campaign pledges will make it into the budget.