Based on the latest Ekos poll, the only threat to a Liberal majority government comes not from the Conservatives, but from the NDP and possibly the Bloc Québécois, who share the progressive-voter space with the Liberals. Frank Graves says the longer the Liberals wait to call an election, the more they risk having other, less-favourable issues emerge.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured June 30, 2021, speaking to people who live at Hope Living Residence in Kanata. The prime minister toured the supportive housing facility which is undergoing a renovation. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on track to win a third mandate and form his second Liberal majority government if he triggers a federal election, according to June polling numbers.
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