The scandal drag on now Andrew Scheer (Leader of the Conserative party) has been privately threaten by Trudeau for speaking out on the scandal.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has received a lawsuit threat from the prime minister regarding comments he made about the SNC-Lavalin affair.
Scheer says he received a letter from Justin Trudeau’s lawyer on March 31.
The letter from Trudeau’s lawyer Julian Porter took issue with what they term inappropriate comments in a statement made by Scheer on March 29 in response to new documents tabled in the justice committee from former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould
I voted NDP last election but they have lost their way in the past few years, I’m not a huge supporter of Trudeau and likely wont vote for him, I don’t mind the Conservative party in Canada they are not hardliner and support most social issues (abortion, gay rights, etc)
so it will really come down to the NDP platform vs the Conservative platform and which is more sane, Trudeau has been PM for 4 years and has failed to follow though on a lot of his major promises (election reform, etc)
nope the Bloc is all but gone in Federal politics, separation is not really a popular idea, though it in Alberta its started to rumble mostly due to their inability to build pipelines. (though leaving would make it even harder to build pipelines outside of the province)
Each province has their own issues we will have to wait and see how the platform look (Canadian are very educated when it comes to election attack ads, etc have never worked up here) a lot of people will vote based on their provincial issues and who has the best solution.
Do you mean someone like Trump would not succeed campaigning at a seven year old level? Are your electorates called ridings? I presume they are similar to our electorates with the party or coalition that wins the most forms the government.
Probably only in theory now. I don’t think we are ever likely to get to the same crisis as we did in 1975. If a PM thought that we were close to that, he or she would ring up Lizzie and demand that the GG be removed from that position.
The irony is that Kerr was a Labor Party appointee. One thing Labor does really well is never forget. Kerr was a pariah for the rest of his life. Infamously, he was drunk at the presentation of the Melbourne Cup two years later.
Interestingly as a sign of how far right the Liberal Party (Australia) has moved in the last 20-25 years Gough Whitlam (Labor) and Malcom Fraser (Liberal) became very good friends despite the acrimony of what occurred in 1975.