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PressProgress Presents… Conopoly!

Watching the Globe Debate on the economy? Play Conopoly!

As you watch tonight’s Globe and Mail debate on the economy, play a little Conopoly!

Now Monopoly isn’t just for ending friendships and starting family feuds – it’s also your way to dissect exactly how bad the Conservatives have governed Canada over the past nine years. 

Take a look at the board:

Conopoly

Considering the Conservative government has been playing games with Canadian jobs, deficits, workers’ rights, the environment, infrastructure, affordable housing, and taxes, maybe it’s time to play their game.

Throughout the debate we’ll be tweeting and updating this page with property cards, Chance cards and Community/Conservative Chest fact-checks. 

Don’t forget to follow along on Twitter. Have fun!

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