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Rona Ambrose

‚ÄúThey are treating one class of Canadians different than another.‚ÄĚ
We spent part of our weekend to hang out with 300 conservatives to get a sense of how the party wants 'reconnect' with Canadians.
Trudeau also wished the injured soldiers a "full recovery."
Burn.
It‚Äôs a ‚Äúremarkable improvement‚ÄĚ noted one MP.
A lot can change in 11 years.
The PM has avoided criticizing the Republican front-runner by name.
The Tory leader said Canadians "mistakenly" believed the PM wanted to do things differently.
Rather than engaging in a robust post-election rebuilding process and seeking to broaden its base, the Conservative party has decided to retreat into their comfort zone of regional grievance politics. Under the leadership of Rona Ambrose, the Conservatives appear to be abandoning any attempt to repair the national coalition that swept them to power in 2006. Indeed, today they look more like the Canadian Alliance of the early 2000s than the governing Conservatives of the last 10 years. The latest and most obvious example of this is the party's recent opposition day motion on the Energy East pipeline.
They say they absolutely believe Canadian men and women should receive equal pay for equal work.