Furey’s greatest challenge will not be enthusiasm or passion, but rather the provincial political system that has rarely rewarded disruption and provides benefits for ward keepers who do not shake things up.
The bigger challenge for the Trudeau government and the provinces on the sports front is not going to have been saying ‘no’ to baseball and ‘yes’ to hockey—it is the state of our national sports structure.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and his team are not going to win any new support for the Conservative Party by spending time parsing the appropriateness of Trudeau attending a public march, even in a pandemic.
If George Floyd or all the other Black people who have been brutally killed have children, I would want the same for their kids—safe places and spaces to live free of the horrors their daily lives often resemble now.
Hopefully, with three months to go before the new leader of the Conservative Party is chosen, the campaigns will get a bit more adventurous and maybe even discuss some of the big ideas the party needs to embrace.
Tiresome is not the exclusive preserve of Conservative MP Derek Sloan, it is also time for the government to shake things up, specifically, can we bring an end to the daily prime ministerial sessions on COVID 19?
The longer Conservatives rail on about the 'Trudeau carbon tax,' the more it makes them appear incapable of doing something economically beneficial and environmentally responsible to address climate change.
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