March 22, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Toronto, ON -- The grisly rumours are true. The Liberals and the NDP are working to form a coalition, in order to prop up a beleaguered and increasingly-undemocratic minority Liberal government until 2025.
We share your concerns, and your dismay.
An overwhelming majority of Canadians did not vote for this.
An overwhelming majority of Canadians continue to reject the champagne socialist, student union politics of a modern NDP which has completely lost its way.
An overwhelming majority of Canadians no longer have any faith in Justin Trudeau, nor his designs to divide, inflate, and "reset" much of what we hold dear.
Canadians deserve far better than this dirty deal, struck only to temporarily preserve the careers of two feckless leaders.
In these tumultuous times, Canadians need a party and a House that's committed to rescuing the middle class, solving the dueling crises of gas prices and household inflation, and that will strengthen our defence commitments.
A socialist coalition only makes that worse.
At the National Citizens Coalition, we will be working harder than ever to fill in that representation gap, and to fight this reckless, unserious pairing. With major provincial battles to come, and an opportunity to chart a winning course for working Canadian families, and small-c conservative policies and values, hope isn't lost.
This socialist coalition will fall. The division and destruction they bring will be remembered at the polls, perhaps even sooner than we think.
We're here to help make that happen, and we need your support.
Our work federally starts today, and we need to prepare for the threat of a Liberal-NDP coalition in Ontario's June election, which means we're expanding our advertising plans and our budget in 2022.
We need to have our best ever finish to Q1. We need to fight this reckless coalition with a coalition of our own.
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Thanks for standing up for more freedom, through less government. Better days are ahead.
Peter Coleman, President & CEO
Alexander Brown, Communications & Campaigns