Even Trudeau’s state broadcaster is turning on him, signaling his impending defeat.
The outlook for Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau’s political future is so bleak that even his trusted broadcasting corporation has begun to report negatively on him.
Journalist John Paul Tasker devoured the sitting prime minister in a recent article titled: Poilievre riding high in polls as Conservatives meet for policy convention
Conservative Party members are assembling in Quebec City for a three-day policy convention — a chance to craft a playbook to woo voters who are showing signs of fatigue with the governing Liberals.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has seen his fortunes improve over the summer months and the party is registering higher support in public opinion polls — numbers that suggest Conservatives could form a majority government if the next election were held soon.
Poilievre is laser-focused on affordability, inflation and the government’s perceived failings — but some party members have other issues on their mind.
The list of policy proposals before delegates this weekend includes some ideas to address the crippling increase in the cost of living, including providing different mortgage terms so homebuyers can lock in at lower rates for longer, and changes to the RRSP withdrawal rules for seniors.
Read the full article by John Paul Tasker at CBC News here.
While CBC has reported negatively on the prime minister in the past, it tends to pull its punches, opting to portray the prime minister in a positive light.
However, it appears CBC has joined other left-leaning outlets in raising the alarm on Trudeau’s likely defeat in the next federal election.
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