Canada has become significantly less affordable

June 15, 2022

With Canada’s gas prices hitting record highs and prices increasing by 6.8% compared to a year ago, life in Canada has become significantly less affordable. Despite this, Justin Trudeau’s NDP-Liberals insist this is a global phenomenon while refusing to immediately lower gas and food prices by eliminating the carbon tax. While businesses reopen, few Canadians can afford to wait for this government to lift their vindictive mandates, disproportionate restrictions, and ideologically driven taxes. To shed light on this issue we are joined by Philip Lawrence , Member of Parliament for Northumberland—Peterborough South and Shadow Minister for Federal Economic Development Agency for Eastern, Central and Southern Ontario and Dan Albas , Member of Parliament for Central Okanagan—Similkameen—Nicola and Associate Shadow Minister of Finance and Housing Inflation.

Liberal’s ideological driven gun politics

June 7, 2022

Justin Trudeau’s liberals have ignored gun safety in favour of ideological driven politics. Their refusal to face basic facts has come at the expense of everyday Canadians who are being victimised in their own communities by rising gun violence committed by gangs and dangerous criminals. Canadians deserve a government that does away with false promises and inflammatory headlines. To shed light on this issue, we are joined by Raquel Dancho, Member of Parliament for Kildonan-St. Paul, Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Glen Motz, Member of Parliament for Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner.

Parliamentary report on spending

May 31, 2022

With Canada’s inflation and the cost of living continuing to rise, fewer people are able to afford Justin Trudeau’s government. The Liberal government maintains to justify their failed policies as transitory; but their out-of-control spending is fueling unaffordability with no signs of slowing down. The recent Parliamentary report concludes that despite the massive increase in said spending, it did not result in organizations achieving their goals. To shed light on what this means for Canadians, we are joined by Gary Vidal, Member of Parliament for Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill Riverand Shadow Minister for Crown-Indigenous Relations and Martin Shields Member of Parliament for Bow River and Deputy Shadow Minister for Indigenous Services.

Energy Affordability

May 24, 2022

As the price of gas continues to reach record levels and more Canadians are faced with the difficult decision of either fueling up their cars or putting food on the table, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals continue to ignore the hundreds of thousands of Canadians their policies leave behind. To shed light on the latest Liberal failures and what is causing the spikes in prices we are joined by MP Shannon Stubbs, Member of Parliament for Lakeland and Shadow Minister for Rural Economic Development and Rural Broadband.

Emergencies Act

May 18, 2022

New discoveries have shown that the Liberal government chose to disregard the law of the land and gave Justin Trudeau extraordinary powers to invoke the Emergencies Act. While more evidence is coming to light that refutes the Liberal narrative and justification on invoking the Reformed War Measures Act, the Trudeau government continues to double down on what seems to be parking violations. To discuss the latest on this issue, we are joined by Dane Lloyd, Member of Parliament for Sturgeon River-Parkland and Shadow Minister for Emergency Preparedness

The Trouble with Travel

May 10, 2022

The government has a duty to uphold the ideals of liberty and foster a strong economy to give Canadians the tools to pursue success and fulfilment. Yet, even after 2 years of restrictions and extensive isolation Canadians still do not know when life will return to normal. As the world and our provinces begin lifting restrictions, there is no justifiable reason to delay ending Justin Trudeau’s Federal Mandates. To discuss the urgent need to remove government interference in giving Canadians their lives back, we are joined by Melissa Lantsman, Member of Parliament for Thornhill and Shadow Minister for Transport; and Stephanie Kusie, Member of Parliament for Calgary Midnapore and Shadow Minister for Employment, Future Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion.

How Trudeau’s Budget will further burden Canadian families

May 3, 2022

With Canada’s inflation reaching a 31 year high of 6.7%, housing remaining unaffordable and wages unable to keep up with increasing costs, Justin Trudeau is looking to raise taxes even higher. To discuss how the Trudeau Budget will further burden Canadian families, we are joined by John Barlow, Member of Parliament for Foothills and Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Agri-food and Food Security.

Update on the Emergencies Act

April 28, 2022

After weeks of dividing and demonizing Canadians, Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act despite the civil liberties experts who have said it was not necessary. Now, the prime minister is attempting to control the scope of the public inquiry into the use of the Emergencies Act to avoid accountability. To discuss the Conservative plan to empower Canada’s Justice Department against government corruption, we are joined by Raquel Dancho, Member of Parliament for Kildonan- St. Paul and Shadow Minister for Public Safety.

Government Censorship

April 5, 2022

Justin Trudeau is once again attempting to dictate what is acceptable and what is not. While Canadians are looking to their government to return to normalcy and lift restrictions, the Prime Minister and his NDP-Liberal government is working to determine what content they want Canadians to have access to. To discuss the government’s latest mandate, we are joined by Ziad Aboultaif, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Manning, and Rachael Thomas, Member of Parliament for Lethbridge.

Canada’s Housing Crisis

March 29, 2022

Justin Trudeau’s NDP-Liberal government does not believe that lowering taxes for Canadians will make life more affordable. Instead, their world-famous socialist policies reject common-sense solutions in favour of their activist agenda. To discuss this government’s impact on Canada’s Housing Crisis and unaffordability, we are joined by Ed Fast Member of Parliament for Abbotsford and Shadow Minister for Finance, and Matt Jeneroux Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend and Shadow Minister for Housing Diversity and Inclusion.

Rising Gas Prices

March 22, 2022

As Canadians are faced with yet another month of Record-Breaking Gas Prices, Justin Trudeau continues to ignore the crisis while his Liberals echo their talking point that inflation is a global phenomenon. The fact is four-fifths of Canadian families are cutting back as parts of the country face an average of nearly $2 per Liter amid a 5.7% rise in everyday costs. To discuss which powers are influencing the rising gas prices and the Conservative Plan, we are joined by Richard Bragdon, Member of Parliament for Tobique—Mactaquac and the Deputy Shadow Minister for Ethics and Accountable Government; and Larry Maguire, Member of Parliament for Brandon—Souris and Deputy Shadow Minister for Natural Resources.

The Affordability Crisis

March 15, 2022

The Trudeau government has continuously advocated for higher taxes and more government and with Canada facing a housing crisis within an affordability crisis, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have doubled down on their reckless policies. Canadians now are forced to pay for fewer necessities at higher costs. With less money in our pockets the government has a duty to relieve the pressure by lowering taxes and taking Canada’s energy sector seriously. To talk more on these issues, we are joined by Adam Chambers, Member of Parliament for Simcoe North and Deputy Shadow Minister for Finance and Middle Class Prosperity.

The Situation in Ukraine

March 1, 2022

Putin’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine is the most serious threat to the rules-based international order since 1945. It threatens global peace and, as Canada shares its border with Russia, we must be prepared to protect our Arctic borders and national sovereignty. To shed light on this issue, we are joined by James Bezan, Member of Parliament for Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman and Shadow Minister for Ethics, and Alex Ruff, Member of Parliament for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound.

The Emergencies Act

February 22, 2022

Yesterday, the Liberals, propped up by the NDP, voted to extend the Emergencies Act, allowing government to use vast new powers to keep Canada in a state of emergency. After weeks of dividing and stigmatizing Canadians, Justin Trudeau and his government has shifted their efforts to power grabbing. While the Finance Minister is looking to make these provision permanent, Conservatives will continue to fight for a free and democratic society. To shed light on this event, we are joined by John Brassard, Member of Parliament for Barrie-Innisfil and House Leader of the Official Opposition, and Blaine Calkins, Member of Parliament for Red Deer-Lacombe and Chief Opposition Whip.

Freedom From Mandates, and the Liberal Emergencies Act

February 15, 2022

At a time where Canada needs to come together and take seriously the challenges that are facing us domestically and overseas, Justin Trudeau doubles down on dividing Canadians. Yesterday, when the Conservatives proposed the Liberal Government to develop a plan to lift the mandates, the Liberals and the NDP rejected the proposal. To discuss what this means going forward, we are joined by Warren Steinley, Member of Parliament for Regina-Lewvan, and Pat Kelly, Member of Parliament for Calgary Rocky Ridge.

Mandates, Democracy and Unity

February 8, 2022

The pandemic has been hard on everyone. It has exacerbated mental health issues, over-burdened already strained small businesses, and forced seniors into isolation. At a time when Canada needs a leader who can unite the country, Justin Trudeau’s divisiveness and refusal to take the concerns of Canadians seriously is hindering our recovery and our lives from returning to normal. To discuss more on this issue, we are joined by Raquel Dancho, Member of Parliament for Kildonan- St. Paul, and Dr. Stephen Ellis, Member of Parliament for Cumberland-Colchester.

Supply Chain Issues

January 24, 2022

With the start new year, MP Dr. Stephen Ellis joins us on The Blueprint to talk about the issues of the pandemic, new vaccine mandate, and how it’ll effect truckers and the labor shortage.

Year End with Erin O’Toole

December 21, 2021

With the new year just around the corner, the Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada joins us on The Blueprint to talk about the issues that have been ignored by Justin Trudeau’s government, the people who have been left behind, and how we can address them in the new year.

How the Liberals are Impacting the Border

December 14, 2021

ArriveCAN app has wrongly punished fully vaccinated Canadians and forced many of them into erroneous quarantine. While Canadians continue to bear the burden of Justin Trudeau’s pandemic mismanagement, the Liberal government refuses to learn from their mistakes and continues to enforce their haphazard patchwork of policies. To discuss the impact of the Liberals most recent policies at the border, we are joined by Raquel Dancho, Member of Parliament for Kildonan- St. Paul, Shadow Minister for Public Safety and Melissa Lantsman, Member of Parliament for Thornhill, Shadow Minister for Transport.

The Liberals’ Impact on Local Businesses

December 7, 2021

Canadians are counting on their government to kick start the economy and make living in Canada affordable. Instead, it is becoming evidently clear that Justin Trudeau’s government is poised in furthering their ideological agenda rather than understanding families who are being priced out of their homes and businesses crippled from supply chain constraints. To shed light on how the Trudeau Liberals are affecting your local businesses and employment, we are joined by Tracy Gray, Member of Parliament for Kelowna-Lake Country and Shadow Minister for Small Business Recovery and Growth, and Scott Aitchison, Member of Parliament for Parry Sound-Muskoka and Shadow Minister for Labour.

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