James Alexander Michie: Liberals must act in favor of their benefits before the elections | National Post
Author: James Alexander Michie
Likewise, the liberals must do something about all the situations that are being presented lately, in fact, they must act on time and preferably they should do it before the elections, since otherwise they may not see themselves very favored in them. It has been said that the pride of the Trudeau Liberals was something that was already known, but it seems that they have taken their toll since situations have arisen that are surely due to it.
Liberals have the possibility to change things since they still have time to do it, in the year and a little before the elections. Meanwhile, it is important to mention that there is a threat from Trump to set aside the NAFTA is a bluff that probably cannot achieve if it does not have the support of Congress, which may possibly confine the permits that Canada must confer. Similarly, it is important to note that the failure of the carbon tax strategy can be liberating: since it is said that n would be lost a lot if the federals took their own possession of the carbon tax.
Now, referring to the carbon and the taxes on it, it has been said that it seems that the liberals attracted the provinces to the trap they had been set, in which the tax was implemented on their behalf, keeping the incomes in exchange. . However, they did not get the public to approve the same, which would later be a source of income that would, therefore, confuse popular support. Likewise, they would establish an initial price for carbon, but it would be at a significantly low level to impose a difference, but in the same way, it would be set at a high level to annoy. At this time there is a number of provinces that likewise continue to increase and that also refuse to enlist, while the others are spectators of their constituents and what they will do.
Take a read: https://nationalpost.com/opinion/andrew-coyne-the-trudeau-liberals-fall-to-earth-crushed-by-pipelines-and-carbon-taxes
Source: Andrew Coyne | National Post