The cost of living continues to rise under the leadership of Justin Trudeau and Canadians are feeling the financial pinch.
In a recent announcement, Trudeau claimed to offer relief by temporarily pausing his tax on home heating oil for Atlantic Canadians and providing a small top-up for some rural residents. However, these measures are mere gimmicks that do not address the concerns of the majority of Canadian households.
Despite the temporary pause, Canadians will still be burdened with Trudeau’s carbon tax on gas, heat, and groceries, as he remains steadfast in his determination to quadruple this tax.
Furthermore, he has made it clear that there will be no changes to the second carbon tax he intends to impose. Last year, the Liberal Party rejected a Conservative motion to remove Trudeau’s tax on home heating, with Minister Seamus O’Regan dismissing concerns about cold winters.
Trudeau’s pause on tax does not address the rising cost of living
Trudeau’s recent offer to temporarily pause the tax on home heating for Atlantic Canadians is nothing more than a political maneuver. It does not address the struggles faced by Canadians across the country, nor does it alleviate the skyrocketing costs of gas and groceries, which have made Canada one of the most unaffordable nations in the world.
Trudeau is a drain on Canadian wallets
Trudeau’s relentless taxation continues to drain the wallets of hardworking Canadians. His temporary pause provides no real relief, as his tax on various essentials will only continue to increase each year, exacerbating the financial strain on households.
As Canadians endure eight years of Trudeau’s ever-increasing taxes, it is becoming evident that the cost outweighs the benefits. Common sense Conservatives remain committed to pressuring Trudeau to remove his tax on gas, groceries, and heating, in order to bring down prices for all Canadians.
In a statement today, Trudeau finally admitted, “his tax is hurting Canadians.”