The Conservatives, who have been in power for decades, are facing a crisis.
This crisis is being felt in their own party and it’s not being acknowledged by the rest of Canada.
This is a crisis for Canada.
The crisis has now grown to the point that they have a choice to make.
They can either change or they can continue to keep the status quo and the status of the party.
I have been writing a lot about this crisis for several years now.
I am writing this post for the first time because I’m now convinced the party is on the verge of collapse.
The Conservatives have failed to build a coherent and cohesive political strategy and I believe they have failed in the process.
The Conservative Party of Canada is currently facing a serious crisis.
What has changed in the last decade is that the Conservative party has become a corporate-dominated party.
This party is now led by one man, Peter MacKay, a former premier of Manitoba who was appointed to the cabinet by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2008.
This is a very dangerous place for Canada, a party led by a man who is responsible for a $2.5-billion budget deficit and has a record of undermining the democratic rights of Canadians.
As the Conservative leader, MacKay has refused to release his own economic policy.
In the process, he has undermined the integrity of his own government and his party.
MacKay has used his political position to push his own agenda.
During his recent election campaign, Mac Kay used his position as the leader of the Conservative government to push the Conservative platform on environmental protection, abortion and women’s rights.
The agenda is driven by a radical anti-democratic agenda and the policies that he has implemented to implement it have been opposed by the majority of Canadians, who believe the government’s priorities are not in the best interests of Canadians or the environment.
At this point, the Conservative caucus is split into two camps.
The majority of members of the caucus are in favour of a conservative agenda.
The rest of the membership of the leadership caucus are opposed to a conservative platform.
They do not share the party’s commitment to the principles that made Canada great in the first place.
On one hand, there is the moderate wing of the Conservatives.
They support a conservative, pro-business agenda that has the support of many voters and members of their caucus.
They are committed to the values that made our country great.
On the other hand, they are also in favour with the Liberal Party of Ontario.
They believe the party has moved too far to the right and have been too timid in its criticism of Harper.
The moderates of the Liberal caucus are the Conservatives’ strongest supporters.
There is also a very strong and growing faction of Conservatives who have abandoned the party and are openly supporting Donald Trump, whom they see as a threat to Canada’s national interests.
This faction includes former Conservative MPs, former cabinet ministers, members of cabinet who have left the party in recent years, and other political figures who have endorsed Trump.
If the Conservatives do not reverse course now, the Canadian people will see the Conservative leadership change from being a party of government to a party that is a corporate entity.
While the Conservatives have done a lot to advance Canada’s international image and position, their policies have not been in the interest of Canadians as a whole.
The Conservative party is not a political party.
It is an empire of corporate interests that is trying to dominate the Canadian political system and destroy the sovereignty of Canadians and their government.
So, what should Canadians do?
There are many options for the Conservatives to change their leadership and turn their fortunes around.
The party should make a decision now.
The Liberals, who currently lead the country, are in the minority and could do well to make a move that will benefit Canadians, not the other way around.
For the Liberals, there are many opportunities.
They could continue to support a Liberal platform that is not too far from the Conservatives one.
This would be the Liberal party’s strongest support base and it would help the party maintain power and ensure that the party retains its leadership.
This move could also be in the Liberal’s best interests because it would give them an opportunity to build the next generation of Liberal leaders.
To be clear, the Liberals are not the party that Canadians need right now.
They need to stop being a political team of big business and begin being a team of Canadians who care about the future of our country.