When I began to contemplate what I would write as a year-end summary I was hopeful it would be easier than last year to make it more uplifting and hopeful that we were turning the corner to easier times. But I find myself looking forward to 2024 and hopeful that powerful people will reassess their actions motivated by some exceptionally low polling numbers.
While we are still two years away from Election 2025, there is still time for common sense to prevail by putting Canadians at the front of the agenda. That hope is fading as the blunders continue. Since the popularity polls are not faring well for Prime Minister Trudeau, he has suddenly started to pass out special favours; none are slated for Alberta.
In addition to confusing favours, he is making casual ‘drop-by visits’ to small businesses to shake hands where he doesn’t typically shop and holding elite fundraising gatherings.
But we don’t have to look too far from home for some good news.
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