Should Canada increase or decrease foreign aid spending?
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Decrease, until we drastically reduce our national budget deficit
Decrease, and we should not give foreign aid to any countries
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Decrease, and deny aid to countries that harbor or promote terrorism
Increase, but only for countries that have no human rights violations
I am satisfied with the current amount of spending
@983LQNZfrom Saskatchewan answered…3 days
Increase until we have reduced our national budget deficit
@982YYJNfrom Ontario answered…3 days
Drastically decrease. That's the only news I see is JT giving away more money to other countries
@97Z6JWPfrom Nova Scotia answered…1wk
Should stay the same
@97YYP9Rfrom Ontario answered…1wk
Increase but only if the country is included in NATO
@97XYZ4Gfrom Ontario answered…2wks
yes but only to our allies
@97XVYKLfrom New Brunswick answered…2wks
Increase, but allow all countries with good reason.
@97XSRBKfrom Ontario answered…2wks
dosent matter to me
@97XSLJYfrom New Brunswick answered…2wks
Increase, but only to socialist nations
@97W74QMfrom Ontario answered…2wks
they should be the same
@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario answered…2wks
Decrease, and deny aid to countries that harbour or promote terrorism, or infringe on human rights, and to reduce our national budget deficit
@97SK8WMfrom Ontario answered…2wks
Increase for countries that need it (human rights violations, countries in development)
@97QYQ2VCommunistfrom Ontario answered…3wks
Neither, we should focus on building key buildings in other nations to help them.
@97NRTW8from Ontario answered…3wks
Decrease aid to those countries that aren't putting it to good use. Also who harbor and promote terrorism.
@97MD27Bfrom Ontario answered…3wks
Increase, but not too much that it impacts the budget and leaves the government in debt.
@97D3ZP8Liberalfrom Ontario answered…4wks
Increase aid to countries that are impoverished and need it, but deny aid to countries that promote terrorism and racist views.
@97CNCYLConservativefrom Ontario answered…4wks
Increase foreign aid spending so it can be utilized as a means of political bargaining and international diplomacy.
@97BKS8PLiberalfrom Alberta answered…4wks
Increase, but deny any aid to countries that harbour or promote terrorism
@96Z72XKfrom British Columbia answered…1mo
When I can survive on disability without being in legislated poverty, then perhaps you can throw money at other countries.
@96TP9DLfrom British Columbia answered…1mo
Increase, but only for those countries that need it.
@96SVLZGfrom New Brunswick answered…1mo
Increase aid to Ukraine and keep status quo for everyone else
@96SNJXSfrom Ontario answered…1mo
depends on which country is poor
@96SN4ZPfrom Ontario answered…1mo
Increase, but only to a certain budget.
@96SLV3Pfrom British Columbia answered…1mo
I think they should increase the spending by a little for really poor countries
@96SLCZMfrom British Columbia answered…1mo
i think its a good idea to spend more, to keep status and to help other countries, because canada is a stable country
@96QSPJQfrom Ontario answered…1mo
Increase foreign aid spending, especially in countries in Africa that are not developed enough
@96JJRBTfrom Ontario answered…2mos
Increase, and we should construct more schools, methods of transportation, hospitals, etc.
@96HJ2SSfrom Ontario answered…2mos
We need to be able to support our own country first before helping others
@96GC756New Democraticfrom Quebec answered…2mos
Instead, Canada should collaborate more with NGOs and other independent organizations so that the funds are directed to helping the people, not the governments
@96D85B2from Ontario answered…2mos
i think canada should spend more on canaidians than on other countrys
@96BSMK2from Alberta answered…2mos
Adjust current aid spending for countries that align with western values
@96BHBSGfrom Manitoba answered…2mos
I am unable to offer an opinion on the matter
@969Z7JSLiberalfrom British Columbia answered…2mos
Decrease, only to countries who we are aligned with or allys with
@967V2B4from Alberta answered…2mos
I choose to remain neutral on political subjects
@965WMFPfrom Alberta answered…2mos
Increase but with more oversight and accountability to who the money is going to
@964SF29Conservativefrom British Columbia answered…2mos
increase but make sure money isn't going to corrupt leaders
@963MH6Bfrom Ontario answered…2mos
Difficult to answer this broad of a question
@95ZMVJTNew Democraticfrom Ontario answered…2mos
Decrease until we fix our own problems with lack of funding for vulnerable Canadians: indigenous, disabled and poorer communities need that funding here first
@95ZFZ5LLiberalfrom Alberta answered…2mos
I think it depends on the situation
@95YVBXCfrom Alberta answered…2mos
Increase, but for countries where the people actually get the aid and the government does not take it away from them.
@95YH955from Alberta answered…2mos
keep it the same but if there really having trouble then increase
@95XHH8Kfrom Ontario answered…2mos
Remove aid spending entirely
@95V2Q8Yfrom Quebec answered…2mos
We .need to improve the quality of aid first
@95R2PKHfrom Alberta answered…2mos
increase, but to given in helpful form such as buisnesss startup and loans for the economie and increasing their services
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