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Less than two years since Canadians handed the Liberals a minority government, we’re heading back to the polls again.
Justin Trudeau hopes to see his party win a majority government, despite many wondering whether there’s any need to take Canadians to the polls now.
National Post columnist and Ottawa bureau chief John Ivison joins Dave to discuss Trudeau’s motivation to call an election, what issues this race could focus on, and what’s at stake for his main opponents Jagmeet Singh and Erin O’Toole.
Background reading: John Ivison: Even Trudeau's overblown rhetoric can't justify September election
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