Trudeau Claims Housing “isn’t a primary federal responsibility”

Just today Trudeau claimed (while wearing a bandage on his forehead for some reason)  that “housing isn’t a primary federal responsibility” without a hint of irony based on his contribution to soaring housing prices. 

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The Toronto Sun Wants Pierre Poilievre To Be More Like Erin O’Toole

Despite Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre leading the party to a 9-10% lead over Justin Trudeau’s Liberals, the Toronto Sun’s editorial board is here to beg Poilievre to stop being so interesting and effective. 

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Trudeau Belittles Canadians In Response To Liberals’ Polling Nosedive

In the aftermath of a cabinet shuffle that saw Trudeau change around 20% of his previous cabinet makeup and a nosedive in the polls for the Liberals in the last few days, Trudeau has decided that Canadians are at fault for disapproving of his government.

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Amid Trudeau’s Messy Cabinet Shuffle, Conservatives Take A 10-Point Lead

As a sign of how unpopular Trudeau and the Liberals have become, especially over the last week that rumours of a major cabinet shuffle were spreading through the media, the Conservative Party under Pierre Poilievre has taken a 10-point lead over the Liberals.

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Claypool: Trudeau Rearranging Deck Chairs Won’t Save His Sinking Liberal Government

Trudeau is doing some governmental blood-letting now, so he doesn’t have poor-performing ministers weighing him down in 2025, assuming the Liberals still have any hope of winning in 2025. 

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Chaos Was Always The Point Of Bill C-18

Not only can Justin Trudeau and the Liberals now get into a dumb fight with Big Tech companies to distract from all their ongoing scandals and poor performance on the economy, but this calms down the news cycle for Trudeau. 

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Conservatives Need To Stand Up For Parental Rights To Beat Justin Trudeau In 2025

The Conservatives need to take a long hard look at the parental rights issue ahead of the 2025 election. Avoiding the risk of standing up for parental rights will signal to many voters that a Conservative government isn’t willing to fully reverse the rot of Justin Trudeau’s radical agenda.

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Claypool: Why The Red Tory Theory Of Politics Always Fails

Simply put, passion wins elections, not focus group-tested corporate messaging. Will the Red Tories strategists learn this? Probably not, but they wouldn’t continue to be Red Tories if they learned from their mistakes. 

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Will Justin Trudeau Make It To 2025? Disapproval Of PM Hits Record High

The difference today is that not only is Trudeau plagued by more new scandals and policy failures, but it seems to have finally caused a massive public opinion shift against Trudeau over the last year. 

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Claypool: The Media Painting Poilievre As ‘Unpopular’ Is Desperate and Pathetic

The media’s sudden fascination with scrutinizing Poilievre’s personal appeal to voters has little to do with believing it’s actually worth analyzing. The “neutral” commentators in the legacy media just don’t want to have to focus on the real popularity issue, that being the failing agenda and public trust in Trudeau and the Liberal government. 

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