Andrew Scheer is hoping he can take 'fiscally-conservative' Liberals, who might be disillusioned with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s left-wing economic policies, and convert them to be fiscally-conservative Conservatives.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer might achieve success if he adopted the less ambitious strategy of making disillusioned Liberals so disillusioned they would stay home on election day, writes Gerry Nicholls.
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OAKVILLE, ONT.—Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer might have a dull persona, but that hasn’t stopped him from dreaming up audacious plans.
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