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While Liberals and their supporters try and paint the Conservatives as the party of old white men - relics of a social age long past - candidates like Claire Rattée are proving them wrong



CBC NEWS says ... Laval MP Eva Nassif 'pushed out' by Liberal Party, riding president says ... and the riding president says outgoing Liberal MP was pushed out of office without explanation  (August 24th). 

The entire executive in the riding was "stunned'' by the recent developments, he said.



And in a post to her Twitter account, Laval Liberal MP Eva Nassif, from the riding of Vimy said:

La fin d’un merveilleux chapitre  / The end of a wonderful chapter”

The following images are the two-page letter that Eva Lassif wrote to her constituents ... and to her fellow MPs ... with an explanation:

 






It seem, that our so-called ‘feminist’ Prime Minister is having a hard time keeping women MP’s on Team Trudeau. A number have either left the party ranks, are retiring, or have been kicked out, including Caesar- Chavannes, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Jane Philpott, and Pamela Goldsmith-Jones to name just a few.

Meantime a June 26th National Post article notes that more women are running for the Conservatives led by Andrew Scheer -- Conservative candidates like tattoo artist Claire Rattée represent the party's effort to put forward a younger, more female face:

... she confirmed that approaching the Tories was entirely her own initiative. She submitted her nomination package having been inspired by people like longtime Conservative MP Michelle Rempel, somebody to whom she felt she could relate.

I want to give other people somebody to relate to,” she said. As far as the party seeming to recruit a younger, more female roster, Rattée said, “I think personally that they are doing an excellent job of it. But I don’t think that it is something that they necessarily set out to do.”

In what looks like a tight race to a majority government, Scheer’s Conservatives are attracting, and assembling, a bright new group of candidates -- with no restrictions on the boundaries of social, ethnic, sexuality, and religious confines -- ready to take the reins of power in the halls of Parliament after October 21st.

Which means while the Liberal Party and its supporters try and paint the federal Conservatives as the party of old white men, and relics of a social age long past, candidates such as Claire Rattée are proving them wrong.


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