Veteran shares experiences with Conservatives

August 31, 2018

Earlier this year Justin Trudeau told this Veteran at a town hall in Edmonton that Canada’s Veterans “are asking for more than we are able to give right now.”

Retired Corporal Brock Blaszczyk joins Conservatives in Halifax to courageously share his experience in the military and why we must all continue to advocate for and support Canada’s Veterans.

Q and A with the Scheers

August 31, 2018

Join Jill and Andrew Scheer for a fireside chat, hosted by Conservative Senator Linda Frum, discussing what life has been like since Mr. and Mrs. Scheer embarked on this journey together. It’s a chat about family, social media and an initiative close to Jill’s heart.

Conservative Deputy Leader speaks to Conservatives in home province

August 31, 2018

The Honourable Lisa Raitt welcomes Conservatives to Nova Scotia.

She explains why, unlike the pipeline project Energy East that Justin Trudeau killed, there’s nothing Trudeau can do to stop Conservatives from getting back to the East Coast.

Dragon delivers fiery speech at Conservative convention supporting Andrew Scheer // Discours enflammé d’un dragon en appui à Andrew Scheer au congrès conservateur

August 31, 2018

Entrepreneur and angel investor Francois Lambert discusses meeting Andrew Scheer for the first time and how he views the role of government in Canada.

L’entrepreneur et investisseur providentiel François Lambert discute de sa première rencontre avec Andrew Scheer et de sa vision du rôle du gouvernement au Canada.

Daniel Hannan joins Canada’s Conservatives

August 31, 2018

British Conservative politician Daniel Hannan joins delegates and parliamentarians for a humours take on politics in Canada.

He hits home that Canadian Conservatives should be proud to be patriotic and explains that when it comes down to Justin Trudeau vs. Andrew Scheer, there is no contest.

Jason Kenny at #CPC18

August 31, 2018

The Leader of the United Conservative Party of Alberta speaks about why Canadians need a government led by Andrew Scheer.

He’s looking forward to continuing to fight the Carbon Tax standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Conservative Party of Canada.

Ford Nation at the Conservative convention

August 31, 2018

Ontario Premier Doug Ford speaks to the crowd at the Conservative Party’s Convention in Halifax.

He’s confident in the all-star talent of Members of Parliament, candidates and volunteers led by Andrew Scheer.

Conservatives are working hard across Canada heading into 2019.

Andrew Scheer is strong and ready for Canada

August 31, 2018

The Leader of Canada’s Conservatives joins supporters in Halifax to outline his positive Conservative vision for Canada.

Tune into this inspiring speech from Canada’s next Prime Minster.

Peter MacKay at #CPC18

August 31, 2018

The Honourable Peter MacKay welcomes Canada’s Conservatives to Nova Scotia for the 2018 convention.

In a fiery speech, he outlines how important it is for Andrew Scheer to become Prime Minister in 2019 and get Canada back on track.

Exciting speech from newest Conservative MP // Excellent discours du nouveau député conservateur

August 31, 2018

Former coach of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens in the QMJHL and the Conservative Party’s newest Member of Parliament, Richard Martel addresses delegates in Halifax.

Though he remarked the crowed was quite a bit larger than your average hockey dressing room, he’s excited to be getting to work with his new Conservative team.

Under Andrew Scheer’s leadership, MP Martel was elected in a landslide election in Chicoutimi—Le Fjord, where the party went from a fourth place finish in 2015 to winning over 50% in 2018.

 

L’ancien entraîneur des Saguenéens de Chicoutimi de la LHJMQ et nouveau député conservateur Richard Martel s’adresse aux délégués à Halifax.

Bien qu’il ait noté que la foule était un peu plus grande qu’une équipe de hockey moyenne, il est très content de travailler avec sa nouvelle équipe conservatrice.

Sous le leadership d’Andrew Scheer, le député Richard Martel a remporté une immense victoire dans Chicoutimi—Le Fjord, où le parti est passé de la quatrième place en 2015 pour remporter plus de 50 % des voix en 2018.

Quebec Political Lieutenant addresses Halifax crowd // Le lieutenant politique du Québec s’adresse à la foule à Halifax

August 31, 2018

Conservative Quebec Political Lieutenant and the Member of Parliament for Richmond—Arthabaska, Alain Rayes, addresses an enthusiastic crowd of Conservative delegates in Halifax.

Canada’s Conservatives will keep listening to Quebecers and all Canadians.

 

Le lieutenant politique du Québec et député de Richmond—Arthabaska, Alain Rayes, s’adresse à une foule de délégués conservateurs enthousiastes à Halifax.

Les conservateurs du Canada vont continuer à écouter les Québécois et tous les Canadiens.

All-star team joins The Blueprint, live at Convention 2018

August 29, 2018

Canada’s Conservatives are united, strong and ready for Canada in Halifax.

Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, Tony Clement, spoke live with Official Opposition House Leader, Candice Bergen, Official Opposition Whip, Mark Strahl and Shadow Minister for National Defence, James Bezan in the hours leading up to the Conservative Party’s Convention in Halifax on Thursday, August 23, 2018.

1 tweet. 20,000+ illegal crossings

July 26, 2018

Since Justin Trudeau tweeted #WelcometoCanada last year, over 20,000 asylum seekers have illegally crossed into Canada.

Canadians expect our system to be compassionate and fair, but Justin Trudeau is instead prioritizing people who have jumped the queue.

Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, Tony Clement, chats with Members of Parliament, Ted Falk, Deputy Shadow Minister for Employment, Workforce, Development and Labour, and Glen Motz, Deputy Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness on this episode of The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast.

Canada’s Conservatives will continue to advocate for a compassionate and fair immigration system, and call on Justin Trudeau to tell Canadians his plan to restore confidence in our immigration system.

Note: this segment was recorded on May 9, 2018.

Fighting Trudeau’s Carbon Tax Cover-Up

June 18, 2018

Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax will increase the cost of living for all Canadians. With the price tag, some will have to choose between heating their homes, paying for gas, or putting their child in hockey. Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Members of Parliament Pierre Poilievre, Shadow Minister for Finance, and John Brassard, Deputy Opposition Whip, join host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the Trudeau Carbon Tax and what’s being done to fight it.

Canada’s Conservatives have called on the Liberals to release all documents that show how much Trudeau’s Carbon Tax will cost Canadian families, in order to put an end to the Liberal Carbon Tax Cover-Up.

Landlords should have a say in medical marijuana growth: MP McLeod

June 1, 2018

Cathy McLeod, Member of Parliament for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo, joins Bob Saroya, Member of Parliament for Markham Unionville, and host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast to discuss MP McLeod’s Private Members’ Bill and the impending cannabis legalization.

Bill C-330 – An Act to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (landlord consent) would have helped to provide security to landlords by requiring a landlord’s consent before medical marijuana plants could be grown on their property. Unfortunately, on May 30, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals voted this legislation down, leaving landlords unprotected from tenant grow-ops on their property.

Life is more expensive under Justin Trudeau

May 23, 2018

Gas prices in Vancouver are now sitting at $1.59/litre and are expected to continue climbing throughout the summer months. This will make life even more expensive for British Columbians who are already experiencing some of the highest costs of living in the country.

Justin Trudeau has said that these record-high gas prices are “exactly what we want,” and just like that, life continues to be more expensive under this Liberal government.

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Conservative Chief Opposition Whip, Mark Strahl and Bob Zimmer, Deputy Shadow Minister for the Treasury Board, join host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the rising gas prices across British Columbia.

Liberals put their friends first in Atlantic Canada

May 3, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Member of Parliament Todd Doherty, Shadow Minister for Fisheries and Oceans, joins host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the Arctic surf clam scandal in Newfoundland and Labrador. Intended to be a step towards reconciliation and fair access to Atlantic Canada’s surf clam industry, Fisheries Minister Dominic Leblanc has instead awarded a lucrative contract to his colleague, Liberal MP Darrell Samson’s, brother. This surprise decision will cost the community of Grand Bank jobs and Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are failing to be honest with Canadians.

Justin Trudeau fails Canadian workers

April 27, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Members of Parliament Ed Fast, Shadow Minister for the Environment, Jamie Schmale, Deputy Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, and Tom Kmiec, Deputy Shadow Minister for Finance, join host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the Trans Mountain crisis. Justin Trudeau has watched Canada’s resource sector lose over $80 billion of investment and over 100,000 jobs. Now it’s even been discovered that Justin Trudeau is using taxpayer dollars to fund anti-energy activists, who want to put our energy workers out of their jobs. The Trudeau Liberals are failing Canadian workers.

Justin Trudeau’s values test

April 5, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Members of Parliament Garnett Genuis (Sherwood Park – Fort Saskatchewan) and Kelly Block (Carlton Trail Eagle Creek), join host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the Canada Summer Jobs program. If Canadian organizations don’t pass Justin Trudeau’s values test, they are being denied funding to hire summer students. With over 1,500 rejected applications to date, the Liberals are undermining Canadian charter rights to freedom of belief and opinion.

Aecon sale should require national security review

March 8, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Security, Pierre Paul-Hus, joins host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss the takeover of Aecon by the Chinese company, CCCC International Holding Ltd. Aecon has been invested in Canada’s security for decades and Canada’s Conservatives have called for a formal national security review to ensure Canada’s security is protected.

Join host and Member of Parliament Tony Clement for a look at the hottest topics hitting Canada’s political landscape, and how they might impact Canadians.

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