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    Canadians will vote on September 20th after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called an early General Election

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-58209031


    Quote Originally Posted by BBC News
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called a snap summer general election as Canada enters into its pandemic fourth wave.

    The general election comes as polls indicate his minority Liberal government looks within reach of forming a majority.

    The 49-year-old Liberal leader says "Canadians need to choose how we finish the fight against Covid-19".

    Canadians will vote on 20 September, some two years ahead of schedule.

    On Sunday, Mr Trudeau visited Canada's Governor General Mary Simon - the representative of the Queen, Canada's head of state - and asked her to dissolve Parliament.

    The leader of the centrist Liberals said a general election was necessary so voters have a voice on the path forward at a "pivotal moment".

    In October 2019, voters handed him a minority, meaning he has had to rely on opposition parties to help him pass his agenda.

    Opposition parties criticised the Liberals for calling a five-week long campaign during the pandemic's latest wave simply for "political gain".

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    The official opposition, the right-leaning Conservatives, are going into the election as perceived underdogs. Their new leader, Mr O'Toole, 48, is not well known to voters.

    The Liberal Party currently holds 155 seats, the Conservatives 119, the NDP 24 and Bloc Quebecois 32. There are 338 seats in the Canadian House of Commons, and 170 seats are needed for a parliamentary majority.
    The BBC article is slightly old, and the Liberals have been slipping in recent polls.

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    Canadian Tories leapfrogging the governing Liberal Party in the polls, and Trudeau's personal popularity ratings are collapsing.



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