Closing arguments

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It’s been five weeks since Justin Trudeau walked over to the Governor General’s residence to request she issue the writs of election on Sept. 11. In those early days of Election 2019, we were all absolutely certain what the ballot box question was going to be. Climate change said most, affordability and economic anxiety said […]

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