Here's what opposition leaders need to do if they want to beat Trudeau | TREND LINE 1

Here’s what opposition leaders need to do if they want to beat Trudeau | TREND LINE's Michael Stittle and Nanos Research's Nik Nanos take a look at where each federal opposition leader stands going into a potential election later in the year.

Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole will need to perform a balancing act between keeping his party united and gaining additional seats in Ontario.

While NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will need to take advantage of some of the goodwill he's earned from Canadians, but Nik thinks the NDP will have a tough hill to climb in Quebec.

Meanwhile Annamie Paul needs to put an end to the infighting which has consumed the Green Party over the past month.
Finally Nik explains why the Liberal numbers might be 'overpriced' and why a win in a snap election is no sure thing for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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  1. Vote for me, I have the better pretending, I’m an INFJ Introvert, I solve problems, I fixed it already naturally countries are easy Galactic scales takes more work. Been there and done it already.

    1. I’d like someone to explain exactly how the CPC and LPC are different. I don’t see any difference.

    1. Principles? You are saying O’Toole needs principles? Who was it that sexually assaulted a woman and then blamed her? Who interfered with the judicial system? Who has been found of ethics violations numerous times (and is being investigated yet again)? And that is just a small sample. If you wanna talk someone with no principles (and no ethics) then look no further than trudeau.

  2. There is only one party in Canada. It doesn’t matter who gets in, they all march to the orders of their bosses.
    To find out who their bosses are, find out who you are not allowed to criticize.

  3. When talking about Western Canada, it’s funny how the Eastern Canadians don’t seem to realize that BC outside of the lower mainland and the island is a part of the Conservative heartland as well lol

    1. The Conservatives actually had a higher share of total votes cast than did the Liberals in the last election.

  4. Your daily reminder that an election would have been called back in October were it not for the NDP siding with the Liberals in the non-confidence vote.

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