The Conservative Leadership Race and the Future of Canadian Conservatism

By Rick Chase and Mischa Kaplan Over the past decade, the Canadian political landscape has been vastly altered by the creation and electoral success of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC). For the first time in Canadian history, the CPC has provided Canadian voters an opportunity to support a federal party that not only pays lip service to a conservative platform, but in many ways has actually pursued an agenda focused on reducing taxes, diminishing the scope and size of the federal...
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CVoice Exec Director Alise Mills Discusses NannyGate On Charles Adler’s Show

Conservative Voice's Executive Director, Alise Mills, joins Charles Adler on his SiriusXM show to discuss the recent news of our PM, Justin Trudeau, hiring two nanny's to care for his children.  You can listen by clicking the SoundCloud image below. Charles Adler can be heard many ways. For more details on how you can listen to him, visit his website at CharlesAdler.com
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Gerry Nicholls Article in Toronto Sun Advocates for Organizations Like Conservative Voice

This is why in the months and years ahead, conservatives should actively fund free market research groups like the Fraser Institute and support feisty advocacy organizations like the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and Working Canadians as well as helping new organizations like Conservative Voice which aims to aggressively promote and defend true conservative values. The clip above is from a Toronto Sun article on Friday November 6th written by Gerry Nicholls.  
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Conservative Voice Executive Director In Conversation with Charles Adler

On Thursday, November 5th, Alise Mills, National Executive Director for Conservative Voice had the opportunity to join popular radio personality Charles Adler on his radio show.  The topic of discussion was the Conservative Party of Canada's new interim leader Rona Ambrose. Adler, as always, was a gracious host to us and you can listen to the interview via the link below. Charles Adler can be heard many ways. For more details on how you can listen to him, visit his website at CharlesAd...
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Why Minimum Wage Hurts Our Economy

Over the last few years, there has been a bump in discussion with regards to increasing minimum wage to what is being termed a “living wage”. Any Economics 101 student can tell you a minimum wage is a price floor. What price floors do is prevent the market from reaching the equilibrium point and in the case of a minimum wage (or living wage) they create a higher supply of people who want those jobs, and a lower number of employers wanting to provide those jobs. This is inefficiency in the mar...
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Poverty Rates

Claim:  Poverty is on the rise Fact:  The rates of people living below LICO (Low income cut off) has been in decline going from 13% in 1992 (through a high of 15% in 1996) down to less than 9% by 2012. The chart below shows the data from Stats Canada on these figures along with the 10 year moving average of Poverty rates based on the Low Income Cut-Off. Stats Canada does not publish before 1992 but they do indicate in the mid to late 1960's this number was 25%. For purposes of visua...
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OAS Assessment

In 1927, under the Old Age Pensions Act, the provincial and federal governments agreed to share the cost of means-tested old age pensions available to persons aged 70 and over. This legislation was superseded by the Old Age Security Act, which became effective on 1 January 1952 and provided universal, flat-rate old age pensions to Canadians 70 years of age and older who met residence requirements The eligible age dropped in 1965 to 65 years of age. The chart below indicates the average life ...
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