Amazing how quickly we’ve gone from ’15 days to slow the spread’ to making people’s rights and freedoms conditional on doing what the government tells you. With Canada now plunged into a Trudeau power-grab federal election, the first clear divide has emerged. While the Conservative Party of Canada has often lacked toughness and courage when it comes to opposing the draconian expansion of government at the expense of the rights and freedoms of Canadians, the Liberals and NDP have gone so far towards far-left authoritarianism that it leaves the CPC has the only major party (party with a large amount of seats) that is at least somewhat supporting freedom and individual choice. After a few days of trying to avoid taking a clear stand on the issue, Conservative leader Erin O’Toole has announced that the party opposes mandatory vaccinations: “What they do not want is the politicization of the pandemic. Vaccines are not a political issue. To try and make them one is dangerous and irresponsible,” said O’Toole. “We should be united on this, not divided, and Conservatives will not engage in this attempt to drive a wedge between Canadians,” he added.