Conservatives will spend final week outlining government agenda for first 100 days
Over the next several days, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will announce the first things a new Conservative government will do during its first 100 days in office.
“Canadians are getting ready to elect a new government and I plan on telling them exactly what we will do in our first 100 days,” Scheer said. “I am ready. My team is ready. We have a plan to put more money in your pockets so you can get ahead and we will hit the ground running on day one.”
Scheer unveiled the Conservative platform earlier today in Tsawwassen, BC – a fully costed plan that will put thousands of dollars back into Canadians’ pockets while also eliminating Justin Trudeau’s deficits by 2024.
Scheer said he will spend the final week of the campaign travelling the country announcing to Canadians specific things he will do as soon as he becomes Prime Minister.
“In 2015, Justin Trudeau made a lot of promises to get elected – and he started breaking them as soon as he was sworn into office,” Scheer said. “I want Canadians to see that we have a realistic plan to follow through on what we’ve committed to.”