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Your Pension: Gone with the Wynne

The decision to spend 741 million Canada Pension Plan (CPP) payroll-deducted dollars from hard-working Canadians to purchase industrial wind turbines, risks the pensions of Canadians. The CPP tax was recently increased by the Trudeau liberals, rising to 11.9% in 2019. The industrial wind turbine scheme and the Liberal ‘greed’ Energy Act have been mired in […]

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Exposing the Secret Campaigns to Steal Jobs and Undermine Democracy

Alarm bells are being sounded by Canadians concerned over the pending acquisition of Canadian construction company Aecon Group Inc., by a massive Chinese state-owned enterprise. That is why our Conservative team in Ottawa is calling on the Trudeau Liberals to hold a full and proper national security review on this take-over. According to a Canadian […]

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A Victory for Religious Protection

Bill C-51 was introduced by the Trudeau Liberals just days before Parliament broke for the summer. It is a crime to unlawfully obstruct, threaten or harm a religious official before, during, or after they perform a religious service. It is also a crime to interrupt or disturb a religious service. The Liberals want to take […]

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Can the Pop Tax

The Sugar Tax Lobby is hard at work trying to convince the Liberal Government to bring in a 20% tax on sugar sweetened beverages. According to the Lobbyist Registry, since November the Sugar Tax Lobby has met with Members of Parliament, Ministers and their staff 127 times. Meanwhile Coca-Cola Ltd, PepsiCo, and the Beverage Association […]

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The Prime Minister and “Fake Promises”

Last year’s Federal Budget promised to transfer uncommitted funds from Conservative infrastructure programs through the Gas Tax Fund directly to local governments. This has turned out to be a fake promise. Of the many accomplishments of the Conservatives in government, the direct, respectful relationship we had between the two government levels was one of our […]

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Trudeau Tax Target: Serving Soldiers

Canadian soldiers are on the front lines in the Middle East in the International War Against Terrorism. While I believe our soldiers are first class, they are getting second class treatment from a Prime Minister who devalues the dangers they face every day. All other coalition soldiers receive special compensation through reduced taxation on their […]

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Trudeau Tax Targets Pensioners

Trudeau’s plans to tax employer sponsored health plans will be especially painful for retired Canadians on fixed incomes. Some companies still offer health benefit plans to retired employees. While more and more companies require pensioners to pay for portions of their health benefit plans, they still provide large tax free benefits. According to a Conference […]

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