REPORT: People Are Saying Trudeau’s Canadian Tire Event In Regina Was Cancelled Due To His Massive Unpopularity

“Outpouring of calls detesting the support of PM.”

Earlier, I reported about Justin Trudeau cancelling his trip to Regina.

He was scheduled to visit a Canadian Tire to promote the carbon tax, which – like Trudeau – is massively unpopular, particularly in Saskatchewan.

However, it now turns out that things may have been even worse for Trudeau than it first appeared.

Many people are now saying that Trudeau didn’t initiate the cancellation of the event.

According to some reports, it was cancelled by the local Canadian Tire itself:

“The store owner at Gordon Road has now assured everyone that the decision to give Trudeau a stage in Regina was done at corporate @canadiantire The event has been cancelled according to Regina store manager do to outpouring of calls detesting the support of PM”

Canadian Tire store visit has been cancelled. Some angry calls.”

“#Trudeau cancels #Regina event today, after #Sask people who despise #carbonTAX voice their anger to host location Canadian Tire.
As I told you: #SaskHatesCarbonTax! #skpoli”

Canadian Tire has denied those reports. However, considering the power of the federal government, it wouldn’t be surprising for a big corporation to try and spin things to make it look not as bad for the PM:

“Canadian Tire media relations says the following about the cancelled event with the Prime Minister this afternoon “We understand the Prime Minister changed his schedule and is no longer visiting Regina. Please direct any questions related to the event to his office.”

“Further to this, I asked if tweets about Canadian Tire cancelling due to complaints about the PM were accurate, and was told this “That is untrue. The Prime Minister changed his schedule and is no longer visiting Regina.”

If that’s why it was actually cancelled, it’s even more devastating news for Trudeau, showing his deepening unpopularity throughout the nation.

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