Justin Trudeau demands investigation into PMO/Senate ethics scandal
Trudeau’s Liberals hit historic highs as senate scandal has ‘drastic effect’ on Tories: poll
With the Conservatives ensnarled in the biggest political scandal in their seven years in government, a new poll suggests Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are en route to winning a massive majority in the next election.
More than four in 10 Canadians, 44%, said they would vote Liberal in the next federal election, according to latest Forum Poll for the National Post, compared to 27% support for the ruling Conservatives and 20% for the opposition NDP.
The Liberals would claim 192 seats in the 308-seat House of Commons with that support, leaving the Tories with 77 and dropping the NDP all the way back to 37. (CP)
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I want to discuss this openly with somebody; preferably more than one somebody! This may be ridiculously presumptuous but I believe that, to an extent, it sort of rings true in my experience. What’s interesting is that what the other describes is in no way illegal or “taboo.” What do you think? Seriously hit up the ask box!
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