In the House of Commons earlier this week the Conservatives unsuccessfully attempted to pass a motion which would have lowered the cost of groceries and gas for most Canadians.
“Given the government’s carbon tax will impose higher gas prices, and making ‘better choices’, as the Prime Minister suggested, will not help most Canadians heat their homes and buy groceries, the House call on the government to cancel plans for new taxes that would further raise prices on consumers.”
The move pushed by the Conservatives is a fairly obvious attempt to lower the Prime Ministers standing by forcing him and his party to vote against a motion which most Canadians generally agree with.
This is why the Conservatives within moments of the vote uploaded the following video which we have attached below.
Even though the move is forced, I believe it will have an effect on the general voting population. Realistically, individuals in BC and in other suburbs around the nation are already facing extremely high gas costs, especially given their incapacity to use alternatives.
This large amount of discontent allows the Conservatives to push for this motion and pull along discontented voters, even if the motion was always destined to fail.
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