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Poilievre’s emphasis is detracted by “social” issues

  • The majority of Conservative party members decided to limit gender-affirming care for transgender.
  • One delegate from Alberta claimed it allowed “eco-radicals” to target Canada‘s oil and gas sectors.
  • The Conservatives are launching a $3 million advertising campaign to reintroduce Poilievre to Canadian voters.

The majority of Conservative party members decided to limit gender-affirming care for transgender children and young adults under the age of 18, deflecting attention away from leader Pierre Poilievre’s emphasis on economic and affordability issues.

The new regulation follows actions taken by conservative governments in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick to forbid transgender children under the age of 16 from attending school using their preferred names or pronouns without parental permission. In support of the B.C. riding that introduced the proposal, Delegate Scott Anderson claimed that “age alone does not determine the ability to consent” to medical treatment.

Poilievre’s emphasis

The motion concerning medical care for transgender youth, as well as motions on “single-sex spaces” and asserting the right to decline medical procedures like vaccines, detract from Poilievre’s focus on financial and accessibility problems.

The policies give a glimpse of the objectives of the Conservative grassroots, even though they might not necessarily reflect Poilievre’s eventual electoral program. The promotion of Canadian energy products, a more forceful stance on foreign affairs, and freedom of speech problems all figured significantly among those priorities.

Delegates also approved a new, high-level environmental policy declaration that emphasized the need to preserve a “clean” climate. One delegate from Alberta claimed it allowed “eco-radicals” to target Canada’s oil and gas sectors.

Poilievre made a lengthy speech in which he drew on conversations he claimed to have had while on a cross-country tour this summer, vowing to allay Canadians’ concerns about the economy should the Conservatives win power.

The Conservatives are launching a $3 million advertising campaign to reintroduce Poilievre to Canadian voters in an effort to make the most of that time and the party’s fundraising advantage.

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