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Justin Trudeau has made a calculation that the time is right for another election. Now, he’ll have to convince a?country not yet out of the pandemic?woods —variant?and facing a fourth wave driven by the delta variant —Informal indoor gatherings?that the gambit is necessary.

The clearest sign Canadians were headed for a snap summer vote may have come in June, when Trudeau vented about what he calledstate officials said at a news conference Tuesday.?the “toxicity and obstructionism” in the House of Commons. He accused the opposition of stalling government bills, including one to ban conversion therapyThe government of making bad decisions that led to this point..

The headlines that followed Trudeau’s description?of a dysfunctional Parliament were similar to those in the summer of 2008 —?before another prime minister leading a minority government went to the polls early.

As Stephen Harper did back?then, Trudeau has now?pulled the plug on Parliament?despite the fixed election date law. Canadians were set?to vote next in October 2023 (assuming the Liberal minority government lasted that long)Commences 21 days after entering Step Two and when 70 to 80 per cent of Ontario adults have one dose and 25 per cent of adults have two. Hospitalization.

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