The Conservatives, under Andrew Scheer, seem to have nothing good to say about anyone, or any international, or domestic body.
Canadians currently are primarily paying attention to the federal and provincial governments, and not the opposition parties, because of the economic and health implications of the outbreak, says Frank Graves.
‘Unity is the way to go’ should be the marching orders from the new leadership to all Conservative Party members, says Keith Beardsley, former deputy chief to former prime minister Stephen Harper.
Changes, like a 988 national hotline for crisis intervention, could make all the difference.
There is no easy way to put this. China is not Canada’s friend. It is a serial human rights abuser in Xinjiang against Uyghur Muslims. It is destroying culture in Tibet and Hong Kong is under pressure.
If the Canadian flag itself becomes an object of controversy, then the Conservatives have a clear opening to defend it.
Canada should seek to reinforce its diplomatic and economic ties with like-minded democracies such as the U.S., Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, and the U.K. to reduce its dependency on China before it's too late.
Plus, Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan thanks Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds and American actress Blake Lively.