Viral tweet targeting Andrew Scheer and cancer survivor debunked as disinformation
Several prominent Liberal Twitter accounts helped turn a fake claim that Andrew Scheer hired actors for a photoshoot into an overnight viral sensation.
“Weak Andy?”: How has the leader of the opposition fared so far?
Despite some of his misfires let’s not forget that it was under Andrew Scheer’s watch that the Conservative Party went from being seen as impotent in its ability to defeat Justin Trudeau, to at its height being predicted to secure a majority government in 2019.
Conservatives break records in campaign fundraising
Conservatives have broken their 2011 second-quarter fundraising record by bringing in $8.5 million this second quarter from approximately 53,000 donors, reports CBC News.
Trudeau blamed Conservative leaders 138 different times instead of answering questions
Four years later and Stephen Harper is still on Justin Trudeau’s mind.
Liberals surge ahead of Conservatives in latest poll
The Liberals can cheer. Scheer needs to rethink his strategy. The NDP needs a spark to get them over the 20 percent mark, as the Greens witness a threatening rise.
Will Doug Ford be Andrew Scheer’s Kathleen Wynne?
Something similar happened to Justin Trudeau’s likability because of Kathleen Wynne’s policy decisions. For Ford it is likely his handling of student loans and grants; for Wynne it was her highly controversial carbon tax crusade.
Canadians should be aware of the fallacies of “climate plans”
There are two fallacies that Canadian voters must bear in mind when assessing the “climate plans” of the various political parties.
New Conservative climate plan will eliminate carbon tax
Andrew Scheer is set to unveil the Conservative’s new climate plan. In it, Scheer will pledge to get rid of the carbon tax and in its place he intends to force companies who are large polluters to reinvest in clean energy as opposed to paying fines.