Could Justin Trudeau lose his majority? Because, increasingly, some smart politicos, including ones of the Liberal persuasion, are saying it’s possible. Likely, even.
Smile Boys: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Oct. 25, 2018, with former prime minister Jean Chrétien at the Château Laurier on the 25th anniversary of Mr. Chrétien's 1993 majority government federal election win. Photograph courtesy of Jean-Marc Carisse
TORONTO—Could Justin Trudeau lose? Because, increasingly, some smart politicos—including ones of the Liberal persuasion—are saying it’s possible. Likely, even.
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