Ottawa-On Sunday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the early election of Canada. He said this was to give his authorities the power to deal with the pandemic and restore its financial performance.
The widely anticipated transfer shows that he believes that voters will rejuvenate him after three consecutive elections.
The elections scheduled for September 20th will take place less than two years after the earlier voting, at a time when the coronavirus situation in many parts of the country is on the rise, and the main welfare official announced that the fourth wave is underway.
“Canadians should have their say,” Mr. Trudeau said after asking Governor Common Mary Simon to dissolve Parliament to allow early elections.
For several weeks, Mr. Trudeau, prominent members of his cabinet, and leaders of major opposition activities have been campaigning appearances throughout Canada. Throughout the summer, many politicians announced their retirement, indicating that voting was imminent.
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Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole and Jag meet Singh, who led the center-left New Democratic Party’s social rally, condemned the idea of electing through a pandemic.
Mr. Trudeau’s workers believe that the conviction of the company may cost hundreds of jobs and weaken the political destiny of the Liberal Party in Quebec. When Ms. Wilson-Raybould eventually gave up.
During the pandemic, Mr. Trudeau’s package of financial assistance for individuals and companies has proven to be extensive.
A plan to provide cash to college students who do not have summer jobs has gradually become the prime minister’s political pillar.
Mr. Trudeau stated that WE Charity had been selected by non-partisan civil servants to run the system, but he admitted that he should avoid himself when the cabinet considers no-bid contracts. The funding plan was eventually canceled.
Regardless of these setbacks, Mr. Trudeau’s method of attracting enthusiastic, photographed crowds is unparalleled among Canadian politicians.
“We found that O’Toole is really not more popular than Ludo,” said Janet Brown, who runs a polling agency in Calgary, Alberta that works mainly for information organizations.
Marketing activities can make Mr. O’Toole, a former Royal Canadian Air Force navigator and corporate lawyer, gain a higher profile.
Since Ontario and Quebec are home to approximately two-thirds of Canadian residents, they are essential for obtaining energy.
Opinion polls show that the Liberal Party continues to dominate the electoral districts around Montreal, while the Quebec Group has guided many areas in other parts of the province, where Mr. O’Toole has few other options.
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