It’s hard to see how Andrew Scheer keeps a straight face, since in any other context he would, as a conservative, presumably be ridiculing the idea of trying to accomplish a society-wide goal by government intervention.
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled his climate plan on June 19, but all it does is give him something to wave around, with no concrete emissions-reduction targets, writes Les Whittington. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—One of the problems of dealing with totally cynical, post-accuracy conservatism—whether in Europe or the U.S. or Canada—is that it ruins everyone’s sense of irony.
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Conservative MPs and strategists agree that appointing former Harper cabinet minister John Baird to lead the election post-mortem is the right call. 'He does not hold any punches,' says Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie.