Federal PC leader calls for a vote of no confidence against government to trigger carbon tax election

    Thursday, 21 March 2024 07:00

    By Tonya Organ

    Pierre Poilievre says many Canadians are feeling fear and concern about the present.

    The leader of the Federal Conservatives is set to demand a vote of no confidence against the Trudeau government to trigger a carbon tax election. Pierre Poilievre says many Canadians are feeling fear and concern about the present. He says inflationary debt and taxes are driving up the cost of everything, more people are going to foodbanks, and the cost of housing has doubled. Poilievre says crime and gang related violence is on the increase, where in Toronto a car is stolen every 40 minutes. As well, Canada’s GDP is the lowest it’s been in five years.

     

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