In 2015, Justin Trudeau promised he would make life more affordable for families. He promised he’d run small deficits before bringing Canada’s budget back to balance. He promised a lot of things.
And yet, here we are. Trudeau has added $72 billion to the national debt and Canadian families can’t get ahead.
So, what did Justin Trudeau do with your tax dollars exactly?
He gave $50 million to Mastercard, a company that made $16 billion in 2019. He gave $12 million to Loblaws – one of Canada’s largest grocery chains – to buy fridges that they didn’t need. He spent $1.6 million on his disastrous trip to India. Then there was the purchase of 56 coat hooks for a two-year-old office building, to the tune of $5,000. He even spent $20,000 on Snapchat filters.
But this is just the beginning. There are millions of dollars more in waste to uncover. Canadians deserve to know what they’ve gotten as a result of the biggest government spending spree in Canadian history.
That’s why Canada’s Conservatives have launched The Waste Report. I encourage all Canadians to learn more at TheWasteReport.ca. Conservatives are committed to lifting the veil on Justin Trudeau’s wasteful spending.