After a campaign that only reinforced Canada’s divisions, it’s unclear what, if anything, will be resolved Monday
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.
The campaign is the most unfocused federal contest in recent memory. It has emerged as a mish-mash dominated by populist-style personal attacks, Trumpist extremism, reshuffled right-left political alignments, diminished commitments to the role of the federal government, and the weaponization of public health issues, writes Les Whittington. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and Sam Garcia