Our plan, where instead of tearing each other down, we lift each other up. Where each province has an equal place in confederation, and in working together. As leader of this party, it is incumbent on me to figure out what I and our Party have to do differently, to finish the job in the next election. Now, I’ve already made some major changes to our staff, to our party, and to our Caucus leadership, and I’m continuing to travel the country to have honest conversations, to make sure that we improve upon our efforts. What I’m also learning is that the division that the Liberal party has sown in this country, goes far deeper than just Conservatives vs. Liberals. We are facing a time when our country is being divided between east and west, between English and French, between urban and rural, even the divisions between generations continue to grow. The sad part of this, is realizing how much this doesn’t bother Justin Trudeau. He had four years to heal our regional divides. Four years to reach out to the West, to Alberta and show he cared about the hundreds of thousands of people out of work. But, he didn’t. Because division isn’t a result of Justin Trudeau’s plan, division is Justin Trudeau’s plan.