Promises are one thing, but successful implementation with promised results are quite another. High expectations without the capacity to deliver is the big risk.
Three arguments typically made against withdrawing military forces can be easily picked apart.
Every single MP, come Sept. 21, should be scheduling in their first trip to the nearest residential school search for unmarked graves, and every single MP should be in an Indigenous community on Sept. 30.
Justin Trudeau's Liberal government did an admirable job of handling the pandemic, and accomplished far more than its opponents give it credit for. It's not clear whether that will matter on election day.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has spent 19 days in Ontario, compared to 17 days for Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole and 20 days for NDP Leader Jagmeet SIngh.
All signs are pointing to a Liberal government, with the only question being whether it will be minority or majority.
Let’s hope voters shelve their anger and zealousness and lend some clear direction for the next government as it tries to define Canada for the post-pandemic future.
An upstart Conservative party leader putting on a friendly, faux-progressive face. He’s looking to take power, a struggling centre-left governing party stares down the barrel of a global crisis.