Friday, June 14, 2024
Prime Minister Trudeau’s vision for a more prosperous Canada relies on a much larger role for the federal government, with more spending, regulation, borrowing and higher taxes.
From May 6 to 9, 2024, Abacus Data conducted a survey of 1,000 eligible voters in British Columbia exploring their views on federal politics and government as part of a larger survey. 
On Tuesday morning, the event was 'no longer available' according to the party’s website
From April 3 to 9, 2024 Abacus Data conducted a national survey of 2,000 adults exploring several topics related to Canadian politics and current events as part of our regular national omnibus surveys.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford minced no words in saying that the carbon price has to go - or Trudeau will.
The federal Conservative Party of Canada leader honed in on the rising carbon tax across the country while reiterating a few key policy items during a campaign-style stop near Nanaimo.
Conservatives sent a representative to Timmins this week to keep their message alive.
Parry Sound—Muskoka Conservative MP Scott Aitchison met with local media outside of Nickel Belt Liberal MP Marc Serré’s office in Val Caron on Friday as part of a broader effort to promote an anti-carbon tax message
Pierre Poilievre was in Edmonton Wednesday night to criticize the carbon tax.


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