I of course see it differently.They are somewhat similar, but there are notable differences.
Conservatives are more committed to giving tax cuts / tax breaks which target the wealthy: things like cutting GST, income splitting, Canadian corporation tax loopholes. So you might call it "stimulus" if you want, but it flows to the wealthy while it runs up deficits. The Conservatives serve the interests of the rich, especially business owners.
The wealthy don't need that kind of extra help. Harper's aggressive cuts to the GST were bad for the country (but great for the rich). It hurt the country's finances very badly.
IMO the Conservatives are following the Republican playbook. When you hear them whipping up anti-Trudeau anger, pumping up western & rural pride, and encouraging xenophobes these are really just manipulative techniques to motivate poorer people to vote their way. That's required because you realistically can't get enough voters to actually support the interests of the rich, since the rich are a minority of the population. Republicans do the exact same thing.
Not taking money from people should be the default position, you should only seize assets when it's truly important. Far too much money is wasted.
Liberals want to tax and spend like crazy. They're literally giving away hundreds of millions of tax dollars to all sorts.
They routinely give millions or hundreds of millions in handouts to large corporations, piles to friends and families, foreign countries. Then with the pandemic they gave billions more to some Canadians and not to others. It was completely arbitrary and unfair. Sure he sent a few thousand to some families, but not to others. Let alone the millions he tried to give to his friends.
The real problem is the the Liberals don't even pretend to care about people or fairness.
They really honestly don't believe that people have a right to their own labour, and we should all be slaves to the state.