Conservative Party of Canada announces candidate for Orléans, ON

OTTAWA, ON – Another common sense Conservative candidate has joined the team and we couldn’t be happier. Matt Luloff is the official Conservative candidate for Orléans, ON. Matt is the twice-elected City Councillor for Orléans East – Cumberland and a combat veteran of the war in Afghanistan. For the last four years, Matt has been a relentless advocate of intellectual freedom in his role as Chair of the Ottawa Public Library Board and has been instrumental in the support of veterans in the National Capital Region as Co-Chair of the Ottawa Veterans Task Force. Locally, he is a champion for robust business and economic development in Orléans.

“As a longtime advocate for economic prosperity and development in my community, I understand that unleashing the power of our workforce by cutting red tape and excessive regulation, axing the Liberal carbon tax, and reining in wasteful spending is what we need to do in order to bring home powerful paycheques and lower prices for the hardworking people of Orléans,” said Luloff.

After 8 years of Justin Trudeau, hardworking Canadians are struggling just to afford fuel, food, and shelter. Only a common sense Conservative government led by Pierre Poilievre will right this ship. We will put Canadians back in control of their lives by axing the carbon tax once and for all, building homes you can afford, and capping wasteful and inflationary deficit spending. Matt Luloff will be a tremendous asset to the team and a strong advocate for the people of Orléans.

Déclaration du chef conservateur Pierre Poilievre à l’occasion du Mois du patrimoine juif

Déclaration du chef conservateur Pierre Poilievre à l’occasion du Mois du patrimoine juif

Ottawa (Ontario) – L’honorable Pierre Poilievre, chef du Parti conservateur du Canada et de l’Opposition officielle, a fait la déclaration suivante à l’occasion du Mois du patrimoine juif :  

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Le successeur de Trudeau appelé à témoigner devant le Comité

Le successeur de Trudeau appelé à témoigner devant le Comité

Ottawa (Ontario) — Aujourd’hui, le Comité des finances de la Chambre des communes a adopté une motion conservatrice de gros bon sens appelant le successeur de Justin Trudeau, Mark Carney, à témoigner.

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