After 9 years, Justin Trudeau’s budget is just more of the same that got us into this messHe did not stop the inflationary deficits that are driving up interest rates. He did not stop endangering our social programs and jobs by adding more and more debt. He did not stop until Common Sense Conservatives could start governing with common sense for this country.

Justin Trudeau is not worth the cost - for any generation.

His government has doubled rent, mortgage payments and down payments. His record deficits have driven interest rates sky-high. Food banks received a record two million visits in a single month last year, with a million additional people expected in 2024. While life has gotten worse for Canadians, Trudeau is spending more than ever before.

This year’s budget will include nearly $40 billion in new inflationary spending. This year, Canada will spend $54.1 billion to service Trudeau's debt. This is more money than the government is sending the provinces for health care.

Former Liberal Governor of the Bank of Canada, David Dodge, said he believes that this budget will be the worst budget since 1982. Both the Bank of Canada and former Liberal Finance Minister, John Manley, told Trudeau that he was pressing on the inflationary gas pedal with his spending that ballooned interest rates. But Trudeau didn’t listen. As a result, the Bank of Canada went on the most aggressive interest rate hike campaign in its history. As the millions of Canadians renewing their mortgages know, Trudeau just isn’t worth the costStruggling families can't afford higher taxes and more inflationary spending that drives up the cost of everything and keeps interest rates high.

Justin Trudeau refused to listen. Common Sense Conservatives will not agree to support the budget.

Sign below to support a Common Sense Conservative Budget that:

  1. Axes the tax on farmers and food by immediately passing Bill C-234 in its original form.
  2. Builds the homes, not bureaucracy, by requiring cities permit 15% more home building each year as a condition for receiving federal infrastructure money.
  3. Caps the spending with a dollar-for-dollar rule to bring down interest rates and inflation. The government must find a dollar in savings for every new dollar of spending.