Andrew Scheer for Prime Minister

Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada Andrew Scheer addresses the press after the French debate for the 2019 federal election, the "Face-a-Face 2019" presented in the TVA studios, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on October 2, 2019. - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will appear for his first debate of the 2019 election on October 2, facing off against main rival Andrew Scheer of the Conservative Party just three weeks ahead of the knife-edge vote. They will spar in French, looking to sway votes in the key battleground of Quebec, where one quarter of the 338 seats in parliament are up for grabs. (Photo by Sebastien ST-JEAN / AFP) (Photo by SEBASTIEN ST-JEAN/AFP via Getty Images)

In 2015, Canadians took a gamble and elected a Justin Trudeau government. Stephen Harper had been in power for nine years and voters were looking for something new. Trudeau checked the right boxes and promised Canadians a return to “sunny ways.” Four years later, his government doesn’t look so sunny anymore. (Toronto Sun)

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