The Blueprint: Foreign Interference in Canada?

November 24, 2022

In 2021 the Liberals failed to save Canada from foreign interference in our election. Join your Blueprint host MP Schmale as he talks to Shadow Minister Michael Chong about this serious safety concern and moving forward with a Conservative plan.

Kids medication; empty shelves, help is on the way

November 15, 2022

MP Laila Goodridge joins the Blueprint to speak about the health shortages on child medications and the help that is on the way. Bringing hope to concerned parents searching for children’s medications.

Remembering all of the veterans

November 9, 2022

Remembering all of the veterans who have served in Canada’s armed forces with MP James Bezan in a conversation on the status of our military today! To everyone who is currently serving or has served in our military our deepest thank you.

Bill C-11 The Liberals plan to rush the Broadcasting Act with Senator Housakos

November 2, 2022

Bill C-11 is the Liberals plan to rush through the first update to the Broadcasting Act in 31 years. Join me as I talk to Senator Housakos and how the Liberals want to control the internet.

Trudeau’s misuse of the Emergencies Act

October 27, 2022

MP Dane Lloyd joins your Blueprint host Jamie Schmale to discuss Prime Minister Trudeau’s gross overstep by invoking the Emergencies Act during the freedom convoy to Ottawa.

The Blueprint: Emergencies Act Update

October 18, 2022

MP Raquel Dancho joins us to discuss public safety in the wake of the ongoing public inquiry regarding the Liberal’s recent invocation of the Emergencies Act.

Sometimes, the problem is Government.

October 12, 2022

The argument isn’t always Conservative vs. Liberal. Sometimes, the problem is Government itself, and the issues are baked in. Today’s Blueprint is a crossover episode with Jasraj Singh Hallan, MP for Calgary-Forest Lawn and host of the “All that Jas” Podcast, along with Richard Bragdon, MP for Tobique-Mactaquac.

Feeling the consequences of Justin-Flation

October 6, 2022

More and more Canadians are feeling the consequences of Justin-Flation. The Prime Minister’s reckless spending has led the skyrocketing cost-of-living crisis, record-breaking interest rates, and soon higher taxes. Instead of working to protect Canadians, this government fails to learn from its mistakes and even continues to fund Hockey Canada which is involved ins sexual assault allegations. To shed light on these issues, we are joined by John Nater, Member of Parliament for Perth-Wellington.

The Blueprint: NO to Liberal Tax Hikes

September 27, 2022

The cost of Justin Trudeau’s government is driving up the cost of living. The more Prime Minister spends, the more expensive everyday necessities are. The Liberal’s policy continues to add fuel to the inflationary fire which has resulted in the fastest cost increase in nearly 40 years. While the Conservatives call on the government to cancel all planned tax increases, the Trudeau government is doubling down on their tax hikes. To shed light on this issue, we are joined by Michael Barrett, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes and Rosemarie Falk Member of Parliament for Battlefords—Lloydminster.

The Blueprint: Update on New Conservative Leadership

September 22, 2022

We are joined by Jake Stewart, Member of Parliament for Miramichi-Grand Lake, to discuss the resumption of Parliament, affordability, energy independence and the need to bring manufacturing back to Canada.

Canadians are facing the consequences for Trudeau’s reckless policies.

September 13, 2022

While Justin Trudeau shutdowns any conversation to invest in Canada’s energy sector amidst a global energy shortage, Canadians are facing the consequences for his reckless policies. With a cost-of-living crisis, record inflation and high interest rates, instead of creating opportunities for Canadians, the Trudeau government continues to stifle competition with their out-of-touch ideology. To shed light on this issue, are joined by Rick Perkins, Member of Parliament for South Shore-St. Margarets.

Liberals doubling down on its power grab while failing to stand up against racism and prejudice.

September 6, 2022

As Justin Trudeau continues to push for more power to control what Canadians are able to see on the internet, his liberal government has been recently discovered to have appointed a cabinet advisor, who has links to an anti-Semitic group, to manage $595 million in media subsidies. Instead of trusting Canadians with the freedoms they had before the pandemic mandates, this government is doubling down on its power grab while failing to stand up against racism and prejudice. To shed light on these alarming issues, we are joined by Kevin Waugh, Member of Parliament for Saskatoon-Grasswood and Deputy Shadow Minister for Canadian Heritage.

Trudeau Liberals doubled down on policies that burden Canada’s already hard-hit tourism sector

August 30, 2022

Even after 2 years of pandemic lockdowns and months of the Liberal government’s inexplicable restrictions, instead of introducing policies to address issues facing Canadians, the Trudeau Liberals doubled down on policies that promoted better optics and headlines. The consequences which have further burdened Canada’s already hard-hit tourism sector. With reports suggesting that a third of Canadian Tourism operators are planning to sell their business or close for good, the need for a serious plan is crucial. To shed light on this topic, we are joined by Michelle Ferreri, Member of Parliament of Peterborough-Kawartha and Shadow Minister for Tourism. 

The Liberal government’s out-of-touch restriction policies continue.

August 23, 2022

As Canadians are eager to return to normal, Justin Trudeau’s government fails to lift their pandemic restrictions. Not only has the Liberal government never been able to explain the scientific justification for their federal mandates, but they have also publicly denied that the use of ArriveCAN causes problems. To discuss this government’s out-of-touch policies, we are joined by Melissa Lantsman, Member of Parliament for Thornhill, and Shadow Minister for Transport and Chair of Outreach.

Liberal government doubles down against Canada’s farmers.

August 16, 2022

While Canadians continue to feel the cost-of-living crisis caused by Justin Trudeau’s inflationary policies, the Liberal government doubles down on stifling competition and creating barriers for Canada’s farmers. At a time when this government should be working to make life more affordable, the Trudeau’s government moves to reduce fertilizer use in Canada by 30% which would devastate the agriculture sector. To shed light on how this ideologically driven policy would harm Canadians, we are joined by Warren Steinley, Member of Parliament for Regina-Lewvan, and Caucus-Party Liaison and Secretary to Conservative Party.

Canada’s inflation reaching 8.1%

August 9, 2022

With Canada’s inflation reaching 8.1%, the highest level since January 1983, and interest rates rapidly growing, the need to return to normalcy is increasingly urgent. Instead, Justin Trudeau’s Federal mandates continue to hamper Canadians seeking to return to normal, and with the NDP, their out-of-control spending is exasperating the cost-of-living crisis. To shed light on these issues, we are joined by Greg McLean, Member of Parliament for Calgary Centre and Shadow Minister for Natural Resources.

Trudeau’s continued failures made life more difficult for Canadians.

August 3, 2022

Justin Trudeau’s continued failures throughout the past two years has only made life more difficult for Canadians. Instead of returning to normalcy, the NDP-Liberal government continues to mandate the use of the broken ArriveCan app, pursue energy-killing climate policies, all while doing nothing to address the cost-of-living crisis. To shed light on these issues, we are joined by Kelly McCauley Member of Parliament of Edmonton West and Shadow Minister for the Treasury Board. 

Reckless spending continues to fuel Canada’s inflation and affordability crisis.

July 21, 2022

Justin Trudeau and his NDP’s reckless spending continued to fuel Canada’s rampant inflation and affordability crisis. Last week, the Bank of Canada made the sharpest interest rate hike in nearly 25 years. The Trudeau government’s policy of ignoring our finances as a global phenomenon is careless and unacceptable. To shed light on this latest development, we are joined by Adam Chambers, Member of Parliament for Simcoe North and Deputy Shadow Minister for Finance and Middle-Class Prosperity.

Serious allegations PM’s Office politically interfered in an active police investigation

July 12, 2022

Serious allegations that the Prime Minister’s Office and the Public Safety Minister’s Office politically interfered in the active police investigation into the 2020 Nova Scotia mass killing to advance the Liberal political agenda has been brought to light. Just like with the SNC Lavalin and WE Charity scandals, the Trudeau government seeks to pin the blame on others, but now they have been caught hiding key evidence. To shed light on this serious erosion of public trust we are joined by Larry Brock, Member of Parliament for Brantford—Brant and Deputy Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada.

Trudeau’s Government will use misinformation to suspend Canadian’s civil liberties

July 12, 2022

While Justin Trudeau’s government desperately tries to cover-up their unjustified use of the Emergencies Act, the NDP-Liberals double-down on their gun grab bill. It has become increasingly clear that this government will use misinformation to suspend Canadian’s civil liberties while ignoring dangerous criminals that continue to victimize our communities. To shed light on these issues, we are joined by Larry Brock, Member of Parliament for Brantford-Brant, Deputy Shadow Minister for Justice and Attorney General of Canada and Frank Caputo, Member of Parliament for Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo, Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister for National Defence.

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

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