Andrew Scheer delivered what was undoubtedly his most important Speech as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada to a crowd of 3000 very enthusiastic delegates in Halifax on Friday and they have every reason to be enthusiastic. He showed himself to be bright, articulate, genuine and humble, all excellent qualities for any aspiring leader. For fifty-five minutes he was able to keep the interest of the crowd with a well thought out speech covering key issues of concern to Canadians such as the infamous carbon tax, immigration, the endless degradation of our rich Canadian heritage and tax relief for the working Canadian. At the same time we got a little better insight into the man himself, his roots and his vision for the country. It was a brilliant, well focused address.
He was able to clearly contrast himself from Justin Trudeau as someone better able to relate to the daily pressures of the ordinary working Canadian by sharing his humble roots growing up in a large family. This is not a man with an “entitlement” mentality. Justin Trudeau has done nothing to distinguish himself from the diminished view most Canadians have of the Senate and their “entitlement” mentality. The Dawson report revealed that Trudeau broke federal ethics law in at lest four different ways in his famous holiday at the Aga Khan’s Bahamian retreat.
The recent election of Doug Ford in Ontario, expected election this Spring of Jason Kenny in Alberta, Conservative governments already in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, successful Conservative by-elections in Quebec and expected gains in Atlantic Canada have to be giving Liberals a few sleepless nights. In 2019 Canadians will have the opportunity to remove a Liberal government that has chosen a highly ideological path at the expense of ordinary Canadians and our economy. Look no further than the total rejection of the Kathleen Wynne Liberals in Ontario The “real change” JustinTrudeau promised never happened.