The government's tax clamp-down could spoil the Liberals' 'innovation' branding and give 'Main Street' back to the Conservatives.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are facing blow-back from the Liberal caucus and a sustained attack from the opposition Conservatives over a plan to close off options that business owners sometimes use to lower their tax rate. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright, Sam Garcia
OTTAWA—Is Justin Trudeau’s government truly vulnerable for the first time? Failure to deliver on electoral reform, a badly broken deficit promise, and even a $10-million payout to Omar Khadr have had to date no real impact on his team.
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