Scenario: You are the economic advisor for a Canadian politician (provincial or federal depending on topic). The politician you are working for is a member of the party that is associated with your assigned (not personal) political view.
The party is PCP(Progressive Canadian Party-Federal) or UCP(United Conservative Party-Provincial).
The politician is about to take part in a TV debate and you are writing a policy brief for them to prepare. Put together arguments on how to reform your assigned topic area. To avoid your boss embarrassing themselves, each argument needs to be backed up by data or economic theory. It is very important here that you argue from your assigned partisan perspective.
You are encouraged to look into party platforms, but ultimately should come up with your own ideas and assessment.