He spoke of a single mother who works all day, goes home tired, teaches
math to her children and still manages to balance her family budget; a
farmer who makes food grow and brings it to people’s plates; and an
electrician who can light up people’s homes. “Yet these extraordinary
people feel like strangers in their own country. With how horribly things
have changed and with the prime minister working so hard to erase
our memories, it’s easy to forget how good life was and how good it
can be,” he said.
“Hope is what Canadians need now more than ever.”