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September 23, 2019

Justin Trudeau refuses to rule out banning employee drug benefits

Trudeau’s plan means less coverage and higher prices for you Justin Trudeau today left the door wide open to banning employer drug coverage if he’s re-elected on October 21. When asked by journalists if his pharmacare plan would replace current employee drug plans with a government-imposed plan, Trudeau refused to...

September 23, 2019

Conservatives announce four-point plan to make home ownership more affordable

Trudeau Liberals’ have put home ownership further out of reach for Canadians Today, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced that a new Conservative government would introduce four new measures to make it easier for first-time homebuyers to buy a home. “With his poor judgement and tax hikes, Justin Trudeau has put...

September 22, 2019

Liberal Rob Oliphant’s shame for Remembrance Day

Liberals not as advertised on Canada’s Veterans The Conservative Party today released a manifesto by Liberal MP and candidate for Don Valley West, Rob Oliphant, in which he bemoans Remembrance Day as something “used to promote the remilitarization of Canada,” and “continue towards becoming a national war-machine.” Oliphant explains how “conflicted” he...

September 22, 2019

Conservatives promises more support for Canada’s Veterans

New Military Covenant will clear backlog for Veterans’ benefits within 24 months Canadian Veterans struggling with months-long waits for pensions and benefits can count on a new Conservative government to take immediate action to get them the support they deserve. Andrew Scheer, leader of Canada’s Conservatives, announced a comprehensive plan...

September 20, 2019

Kootenay-Columbia Debates

I’d like to thank the members of the multi-Party Debate Committee for their hard work this election. I am committed to bringing democracy to the people of Kootenay-Columbia and look forward to attending...

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September 19, 2019

Rob Morrison will give more support to seniors

Increase the Age Credit to help our seniors get ahead Today, Andrew Scheer, the Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, announced that a new Conservative government will increase the Age Credit by $1,000. This measure is part of the Conservative plan to put more money in the pockets of all Canadians to...