I've pointed out before that what Justin Trudeau means by "infrastructure" isn't what most Canadian voters think of when they hear that term: things like roads and bridges.
No, the fact is that two-thirds of Trudeau's plan really involves social engineering: "green" (and more costly) energy courtesy of Trudeau/Kathleen Wynne advisor Gerald Butts; and what Trudeau calls "social infrastructure" -- such things as childcare and affordable housing.
By the way, he's not even talking about building new day care centres and old folks homes, either.
Trudeau is talking about social spending that would mimic Quebec's "affordable" child care program.
He's been cagey about all this, but Justin finally admitted all this today.
What he doesn't want you to think about his the fact that his "infrastructure" plan will cause massive structural deficits.
READ Brian Lilley's book CBC Exposed -- it's been called "the political book of the year.”
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