Canada Needs Maxime Bernier, Salim Mansur and the PPC
The ongoing roll-out of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC)‘s immigration platform is no doubt being well received by a sizeable cross-section of the Canadian public. According to public surveys, the PPC has tougher, more selective immigration policies, something long feared and attacked by special interests, which the long suffering public a large wants. For the Canadian voter, this makes the PPC a genuine, clear alternative to the other one-step-forward-two-steps-back, old parties.
Take the Conservatives. One recent poll showed that 81 percent of their supporters are not happy with the rate of integration in Canada and want Ottawa to prioritize putting limits on immigration as a result. When party leader Andrew Scheer introduced his immigration platform last month, however, he refused to even tell the public what he thought Canada’s annual immigration rate should be. Most took this to mean one thing: no big changes from the Trudeau status quo.
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