Winnipeggers more often show contempt towards Federal Government

Winnipeggers more often show contempt towards Federal Government

Manitoba citizens and Winnipeggers are not always happy with a Federal Government politic and laws for the province. The first and major issue is, of course, taxes, but also new rules and regulations in business and farming sectors.

Justin Trudeau often blamed in person, since he is a face of current Federal Government in Canada. As shown in the photo, people put various stickers on their vehicles, mentioning the Prime Minister`s name in an offensive way.

Often local politicians speak publicly against Federal Government, like Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman and others. Also, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has added his voice to the debate over the federal government's proposed tax changes.

Surrounded by business owners, farmers and the Canadian Federation for Independent Business, Pallister told a crowd gathered Western Marble Granite and Tile that these proposed changes will take millions of dollars out of the hands of Manitobans and deliver them to Ottawa.

Pallister said the proposed changes could only come from a federal government which doesn't understand the importance of small and medium-sized business.

Finance Minister Bill Morneau and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have stood firm on the controversial plan, saying the tax changes are about making the system fair, rather than generating revenue for the government. Pallister refused to classify his government's decision as a reversal, saying he's been condemning Ottawa's carbon scheme for months.

But mainly the contempt is growing among ordinary people in Winnipeg, the future voters are ready to raise the voice and speak up their opinion. Such opinion may lead to some serious changes in the future federal election, people are not happy and the current government, Trudeau in particular, need to start paying more attention to countries citizens needs and opinions.

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