Conservative MPs are using a $3-billion windfall in the federal election campaign to help their party win seats.
It’s an unprecedented move for a major party and it comes amid growing concern over the country’s political and economic environment.
In fact, this is not the first time such a huge infusion of cash has been used to help a political party in a general election campaign.
Conservative MPs were also using that money to help the party win elections in 2011 and 2015.
The Tories have been spending money on the general election in the last four years to boost the party’s brand.
A Conservative source said the funds were being spent in the 2018-19 budget.
The party has said it has a $1.3-million surplus for the next election, which it said would be funded by the cash infusion.
The Conservative Party’s election strategy is being driven by two principles.
The first is the “voter trust” principle, which means that the party will continue to raise money to fund candidates and other political activities.
The second is the Conservative brand, which has always been based on economic growth and the party has a strong economic record.
This election has been a watershed moment for the Conservatives.
In a recent speech, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that the Tories have a mandate to be a party of government.
Trudeau said it’s up to the voters to decide who the government is.
“What we have to remember is that the voters have been there for the last 30 years, and we are going to be there for a long time to come,” Trudeau said.
The Conservatives have said they will be spending an additional $3.5-billion on the campaign, and are already spending millions more to advertise and promote the party in the coming months.
In addition to the $3 billion, the Tories are also spending $2.2-billion in advertising to woo undecided voters.
Conservatives are also targeting the Liberal Party with a new television ad, “Canadians Want Change.”
It features a young woman at a gas station, who asks: “What’s wrong with you?”
Trudeau’s Conservative Party says the new ad is part of an effort to get voters to back the Conservatives for the first and only time in Canadian history.
The ad also features a group of young people in an empty parking lot, wearing Liberal shirts, and talking about “their hope” for the future.
“We’re all Canadians, and Canadians want change.
This is our opportunity to take our country back,” Trudeau says in the ad.