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.

Justin Trudeau fails in India

March 2, 2018

Conservative Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Erin O’Toole and Deputy Shadow Minister for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Bob Saroya, join The Blueprint host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Justin Trudeau’s failure in India. From offending politicians and the media, to the most egregious offense of inviting a convicted attempted murderer to dinner, not only is Justin Trudeau failing Canadians here at home, but on the world stage as well.

Budget 2018: Trudeau’s budget fails Canadians

March 2, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Conservative Shadow Minister of Finance, Pierre Poilievre, joins host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Budget 2018 and what it will mean for Canadians. With taxes being raised at an alarming rate for middle-class families and local businesses, Trudeau is borrowing billions more with nothing to show for it. As the Leader of Canada’s Conservatives Andrew Scheer said, “never has a Prime Minister spent so much, to achieve so little.”

Trudeau offside with ISIS comparison and his lack of leadership

February 26, 2018

Members of Parliament Colin Carrie and Bob Saroya join host of The Blueprint Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Justin Trudeau’s comments comparing returning ISIS fighters to Italian, Vietnamese, Portuguese and Ismaili immigrants. Also this week, Shadow Minister Dan Albas talks about the Trans Mountain Pipeline and the provincial trade dispute between B.C. and Alberta.

Trudeau must show leadership

February 26, 2018

Conservative Small Business Shadow Minister Dan Albas chats with Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, about the Trans Mountain Pipeline and the provincial trade dispute between British Columbia and Alberta. Last week Canada’s Conservatives tabled a motion in Parliament asking the Liberals to show support for this project, but the Trudeau Liberals they voted it down.

Justin Trudeau compares ISIS fighters to immigrants

February 26, 2018

Members of Parliament Colin Carrie and Bob Saroya join host of The Blueprint Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Justin Trudeau’s comments comparing returning ISIS fighters to Italian, Vietnamese, Portuguese and Ismaili immigrants. It has been reported that the Canadian government is aware of over 180 Canadians individuals who are suspected of engaging in terror activities abroad.

MP Kent’s Pay It Back campaign and MP Brassard on Trudeau’s insult to Veterans

February 14, 2018

Deputy Opposition Whip John Brassard joins host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s latest insult to Veterans. In response to a question from a Veteran asking about pension services, Trudeau responded by saying that “they’re asking for more than we are able to give.” Later, Conservative Ethics Critic, Peter Kent, launches his Pay It Back campaign which seeks to put pressure on the Prime Minister to repay the taxpayer money used to fund his illegal travel.

MP Kent’s Pay It Back campaign

February 14, 2018

Today on The Blueprint: Canada’s Conservative Podcast, Conservative Ethics Critic Peter Kent, launches his Pay It Back campaign which seeks to put pressure on the Prime Minister to repay the taxpayer money used to fund his illegal travel. MP Kent makes the case that Canadians deserve better from a Prime Minister who believes in one set of rules for himself, and another for everyone else.

MP Brassard on Trudeau’s insult to Veterans

February 14, 2018

Deputy Opposition Whip John Brassard joins host Tony Clement, Shadow Minister for Public Services and Procurement, to discuss Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s latest insult to Veterans. In response to a question from a Veteran asking about pension services, Trudeau responded by saying that “they’re asking for more than we are able to give.”

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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