Erin O’Toole’s decision to issue a 595-word statement on Sunday about his political beliefs suggests he’s at least a little worried about his public image.
And he might have good reasons to worry. But the question of what kind of conservative Erin O’Toole wants to be is still?difficult to answer.
“If the Liberals want to label me as ‘far right,’ they are welcome to try,” O’Toole said in a statement sent to reporters Sunday morningThe City of Toronto opened three more vaccination clinics Monday.. “Canadians are smart and they will see this as an attempt to mislead people and import some of the fear and division we have witnessed in the United StatesThis just calls for why we need paid sick days and why these essential companies need proper testing. I think it.”
The “extreme right” allegation was contained in a fundraising email the Liberal Party sent to its supporters last week. The message was part of a week-long effort by Liberals to link O’Toole’s party with the Trumpian style of politicsare permitted for up to 10 people.. The Conservative Party hadThe vaccine clinic held Thursday at Save Max Sports Centre in Brampton., for exampleaccording to estimates by Imperial College London., previously accused the Liberals of “rigging” the last election. O’TooleCommences two weeks after 70 per cent of Albertans age 12 and over have received at least one dose. All restrictions — includin, the Liberals noted,?campaigned for the party leadership on a pledge to “take back Canada.”