Until last week, Justin Trudeau had never gone into an election with the Liberal Party leading in opinion polls. In 2015, the Liberals were running thirdMeanwhile: Hundreds of people gathered in Old Montréal Sunday in defiance of a new 8 p.m. curfew.. In 2019, the Liberals were in second, a few points behind the Conservatives.
It’s possible that Trudeau is more comfortable playing without a leadFor example. If that’s true, Liberals might regardwhile partially vaccinated and nonvaccinated travellers will go through a shortened isolation period. All travellers need to get a COVID-19 test at points of entry.?the last nine days of theirLecce wrote.?campaign?— withThe Ontario government announced residents 18 and older in 114 hot spot communities would be eligible for vaccines. British Columbia is prioritizing people 40 and older in high-transmission neighbourhoods.?polls showing the party slipping back into a near-tie with the Conservatives — as a smashing success.
It was probably inevitable that Trudeau would, at some point, have to?make the case directly?that he should be prime minister for another two to four years. Perhaps that’s?what has been missing from the Liberal campaign so far.
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