Are we honestly expected to believe that if conservatives become more leftist that these liberal millennials will change the way they vote? Why is it that the Conservative Party seems to be vulnerable to these masochistic ideas of abandoning their principles to become "relevant". Has the Trump election taught us anything?
Response to the 2 key points in this CBC article:
1. Free Market - Let's try it for once. Instead of being slightly less socialist than liberals, allow the free market to compete with public services (Think Uber).
2. Economic - The CBC attempts (perhaps intentionally) to separate the free market from the economy. Government can "create" jobs through public sector spending (Debt), but this is not a viable long-term solution. If I could borrow 2 billion dollars from my bank, I could employ plenty of people to do my bidding, but sooner or later the Visa statement will show up.