The Conservative Party is trying its best to suggest that the media is the enemy of the people. Certainly of conservatism. An important message in an election cycle—and a derivative one.
Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives have a lot in common with Stephen Harper’s Conservatives, from the parades they attend or don’t attend, to a dangerous myopia on issues like climate change. But one of the most telling similarities is that the party continues to confound marketing with communication. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
HALIFAX—Like death and taxes, I suppose it was inevitable.
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'The government has heard Canadians’ concerns that the world is increasingly uncertain, and that the economy is changing,' the Throne Speech read. 'And in this context, regional needs and differences really matter.'
But a Conservative source is decrying public criticism of Andrew Scheer's leadership, saying it will only create the kind of schisms that will set the party back and that former leader Stephen Harper worked to avoid.