Letter to the editor: anti-Trudeau rhetoric is on the rise

Here are today’s letters from the Ottawa Sun to the editor.

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Re: A-twitter on PM; Liberals reject very real #TrudeauMustGo campaign, column, September 20

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The anti-Trudeau rhetoric seems to be gaining ground. When I was in Prince Edward Island this summer, almost immediately after learning that our Prime Minister had lunch at a restaurant in Charlottetown, the restaurant started getting a lot of negative reviews.

I’m triple vaccinated myself, but anyone calling someone who isn’t ‘misogynist, often racist’ would be seen as extreme views coming from an average person – but a leader of a G7 country ? Wow!



(Not the restaurant’s fault.)


Subject: We need family doctors, letter, September 20

Why are so many of us so content with this status quo? Is it possible that we don’t really care what happens to our fellow citizens? But God forbid he hits us on the head. I can already hear the cries and the indignation. No one is immune to fate. So why wait for it to happen? Take a stand for the good of others and yourself.

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(Something has to give.)


The Liberal Party may be required to set aside some money from its anti-opposition ad campaign budget to provide singing lessons for our out of tune prime minister. His a cappella the performance in a hotel lobby recently in England did not warrant an encore presentation.

When I was young, my parents spent their hard-earned money to give me singing lessons. They thought it was money well spent as in the years to come I would be singing in many church choirs, performing occasional solos and as a guest vocalist for many local bands throughout my life. life.

The audience was already tired of her repeated song and dance routines and didn’t need any more torture. I’m grateful for my extra earplugs.

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Amazing how confident Mr Poilievre was when he delivered his opening address when Parliament resumed recently. His words had better be heard by the Liberals, as he was referring to the welfare of Canadian citizens, otherwise it could be about the rapid decline of their party’s popularity.

Looking forward to many interesting sessions as the new leader of the Tories begins his journey down a steep and dangerous hill filled with obstacles at every incline. Hopefully, the young and energetic individual and his party can carry an air over his competitors.



(Or they could give her singing lessons using taxpayers’ money and call it a public service.)


ArriveCAN represents political science, not medical science. It’s the ultimate lockdown and lockdown.

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It was imposed by a dictatorial federal government to control its population, make travel difficult, and ensure that citizens spend at home, not abroad. And this spendthrift government needs all the tax revenue it can grab to keep bribing us with our own money.

No other country has kept COVID-19 screws as long as Canada. Why? Are they healthier than us? Is our “science” better than theirs? No. We are simply a more docile nation of sheep.

ArriveCAN was designed to be restrictive, not protective, and it did that jailhouse job very well.



(The scale of our COVID case counts might be different.)

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