Stand up to Big Banks and protect families from higher fees.

Justin Trudeau gave the Big Banks billions of dollars with no strings attached. Now, Big Banks want people to pay more in bank fees.

Now is not the time to charge people more just so they can access their own money to pay bills.

    The pandemic has been difficult for hardworking Canadians, students, families and our loved ones.

    At the start of the pandemic, when Canadian families needed help the most, the Liberals did small symbolic gestures. Yet when Big Banks came calling, the Liberal government gave them billions of dollars with no strings attached.

    Those same banks are making billions in profits; and want you and other hardworking Canadians to pay more in bank fees – during a pandemic.

    Increasing minimum balances, fees on transactions like using an ATM, will hurt people and families still struggling to get through this pandemic.

    Jagmeet Singh and the NDP demanded that the Liberal government make the Banks give people a break by not charging interest on mortgages and lowering credit card fees for small businesses. Justin Trudeau and the Liberals said no.

    Banking is an essential service.  Now is not the time to charge people more just so they can access their own money to pay bills.

    Join Jagmeet Singh in calling on the Justin Trudeau to regulate banks and make them lower their fees that are hurting people.

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