Scheer’s fiscal policy reveals a Conservative Party stuck in the past
By David CraneMay. 27, 2019
The party leader’s recent speeches display no real understanding of the world ahead and suggest no solutions to our biggest problems.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, pictured speaking at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa in March, ignores the big challenge of boosting innovation-led productivity growth, argues David Crane, instead focusing on tired homilies on smaller government, tax cuts, and less regulation. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
With some fanfare, the Conservative Party not long ago announced that its leader, Andrew Scheer, would engage Canadians with a series of speeches outlining how his party would govern, should it win the upcoming federal election.
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