OTTAWA—It’s hard to believe, but Canada’s 150th anniversary is almost done; it seems like it has gone by in a flash. It has been a year of significant change on the federal political front: for the first time since he has been prime minister, Justin Trudeau now knows who will compete against him in the 2019 general election. Both the Conservatives and New Democrats selected their standard-bearers during Canada’s sesquicentennial. Andrew Scheer and Jagmeet Singh won the contests
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