EDITORIAL: Trudeau must go – it’s time for O’Toole 

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Justin Trudeau has not served Canadians well as Prime Minister these past six years. It’s time for a change.

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It’s understandable why so many Canadians initially supported Trudeau and gave him a majority government back in 2015.

The previous Conservative government had been in power for almost a decade and people had grown tired of it.

Trudeau offered a promise of “sunny ways” – where he would generate positive results for all Canadians.

That has since proven false though. Trudeau is not uniting Canadians. He is dividing us.

Rather than rising above the petty sort of politics that so many people have grown tired of seeing, Trudeau has turned it into an art form.

He now comes across as insincere. Many Canadians believe he only called this election because he coveted majority government powers, instead of putting in the hard work of collaborating with other parties to get legislation effectively passed.

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While it was first appealing to Canadians that Trudeau went on about being a feminist and a champion of diversity, those words now ring at best hollow and insulting at worst since they have been exposed to be not entirely true.

The Liberals have pushed the debt far higher than it needed to go during the pandemic. They have increased the cost of living for Canadians. They have failed to represent us properly on the world stage.

Justin Trudeau has got to go. Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is the right man to replace him.

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The key task of the federal government shouldn’t be to “reset” Canada, as Trudeau has mused. It should be to grow the economy by empowering every sector to once again fire on all cylinders.

O’Toole’s recovery plan outlines a responsible and measured path forward – one that involves tax relief for regular Canadians, investments in health care and taking our debt burden seriously.

We also need a serious leader when it comes to international issues – especially when it comes to dealing with China.

O’Toole brings a maturity to politics that Trudeau continues to lack.

It will take a lot to recover from the pandemic and more of the same from the Liberals just won’t cut it.


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