By Mia Rabson THE CANADIAN PRESS SAINT ANDREWS, N.B.- Liberal cabinet ministers said Tuesday the federal government is listening to Canadians who are struggling under the weight of inflation and offering targeted aid for those who need it the most. That includes doubling GST rebate payments for six months, the first phase of a national dental care program and a one-time $500 rental allowance payment for low-income Canadians who are paying a big chunk of their income on rent. “I think the most important thing is to understand that there are Canadians out there really hurting,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, during a Liberal caucus retreat in the seaside town of St. Andrews, N.B. Trudeau had planned to announce the measures during the Liberal cabinet retreat in Vancouver last week,
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