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Trudeau, O’Toole and Singh aren’t all talking about the same problems


Speaking to the Liberal convention on Saturday afternoon, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau argued that politics should be about finding “real solutions” for the “real problems” and “real challenges” that people face.

“My friends, what it all comes down to is this,” he said. “Which party has a real plan for the real problems in the real world?”

This sort of language at least grounds the government’s agenda better than some of the loftier terms that have been floated about a post-pandemic world over the last year — and it is an implicit reminder that Conservative party members rejected a resolution acknowledging the reality of climate change at their own convention three weeks ago.

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