Canada’s high inflation rate can be laid at the doorstep of Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party, says Sudbury Conservative candidate Ian Symgington, but his party has the recipe to alleviate it.
Symington was referring to a Statistics Canada report this week that showed Canada’s inflation rate was 4.1 per cent, “the highest in almost 20 years,” a release from the candidate states, which called the news “alarming.”
“This reckless attitude by the Liberals and their leader, Justin Trudeau, shows an absolute disregard for the skyrocketing costs of living and the effect it is having on our families and citizens,” Symington said in a news release. “Hardworking Sudburians are seeing their income eroded by the effects of inflation making everyday living that much more unaffordable.”
He said his party’s Canada’s Recovery Plan proposes to address the “affordability crisis” by lowering food prices of food and banking fees, “while taking action to stabilize the housing market.”
“The Liberals and NDP have proven you can expect more of the same”, said Symington. “Caring about the people in this riding is my No. 1 priority.”