#1   Weren’t We Promised Property Rights?
Conservatives failed to enshrine property rights in the Constitution as well as a legislative guarantee that timely compensation would be paid to all persons deprived of their personal property as a result of federal government action — a promise made in the Conservatives’ 2006 electoral platform.

#2

Conservatives have not enacted anti-spam legislation, despite passing the bill three years ago.

It is still hasn’t been brought into force.

#3

The Conservative government has yet to implement the 2011 Digital Economy Strategy.

#4   No Reception
The Conservative government failed to find another big investor in the wireless market. Cellular coverage outside large cities is still spotty and nonexistent in some places.

#5

The Tories increased import tariffs on 1,200 goods include items such as shampoo, deodorant, pens, pre-cut vegetables, canned tuna and even saris and ground spices.

NDP Leader Blasts Conservatives For Proposed Sari And Spice Tax

The Liberals and the NDP are calling a tariff increase on everything from pens, deodorants and shampoo to bicycles and pre-cut vegetables – imported from 72 countries that include China and India – a tax.

“It’s a question of hypocrisy on the part of the government, where they made a big show of saying there were no new taxes and then they are raising the taxes on a huge number of consumer goods that are going to hit Canadians right in the pocketbook,” NDP finance critic Peggy Nash

#6

Conservative MPs voted against an air passenger bill of rights — twice. In 2009, they voted unanimously against it and then helped defeat it in committee. In 2013, they voted against it again.

#7

Conservative MPs voted against a 2009 motion to create legislation to protect credit card customers. Instead, they chose to introduce a voluntary code of conduct.

#8

The Conservative government failed to enact many recommendation of its own Financial Literacy Taskforce.

#9

The Conservatives raised the age of eligibility for Old Age Security from 65 to 67 years of age.

#10

Conservatives in the Senate defeated a bill, S-216, aimed at protecting Nortel retirees and employees on long term disability — and others who would find themselves in similar situations — who saw their pensions and benefits vanish after the company they worked for went into bankruptcy protection.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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