Sometimes ambiguity can be a blueprint for survival
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau displayed no such ambiguity when he launched a plan for electoral reform during the last election, boldly proclaiming that 2015 would be the last vote under the current system.
Today, Justin Trudeau probably wishes that he had been a little less categorical. In the heat of a campaign, certainty is a lot more attractive than ambiguity.The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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