Justin Trudeau and his finance minister are under parliamentary scrutiny over the WE Charity controversy and now the Queen’s representative and Trudeau’s personal choice for GG is being probed by the PM’s own department for abusing staff.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured at his daily press conference at the Rideau Cottage June 4, 2020. Canada’s salesman of hope, the man on the top of the political wedding cake, is learning that Camelot has a way of turning into a seedy tenement building as time goes by, writes Michael Harris. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
HALIFAX—Canada’s salesman of hope, the man on the top of the political wedding cake, is learning that Camelot has a way of turning into a seedy tenement building as time goes by.
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'What better time to innovate your election system than during a pandemic? Because you're going to have to start thinking outside of the regular way,' says Stéphanie Plante, who has worked with Elections Canada.
Conservative Party members will be able to vote on the phone, online, mail-in ballots, or by drive-through, in ridings where in-person voting is not possible because of the pandemic, say Conservative sources.