Canada doesn’t need its national leaders contributing to untrue conspiracy theories at a time when disinformation and unhinged paranoia on social media have splintered the information universe.
Contrary to what Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, right, told the public during the Sept. 9 English-language leaders’ debate, there’s no evidence whatsoever of doing away with the capital gains tax break for residences in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal campaign proposals. Screenshot courtesy of CBC News
OTTAWA—Late in the English-language leaders’ debate, the Conservatives’ Erin O’Toole decided to inject a bogus conspiracy theory into the chaotic proceedings.
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