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  2. Justin Trudeau, Canada's Star Dimmed by Scandals, Kicks Off Tough Re-election Campaign; Dissolves Parliam...  News18
  3. Prime Minister Trudeau dissolves Canada parliament  The Hindu
  4. Justin Trudeau fires starting gun for Canada's general election  The Guardian
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Justin Trudeau on Wednesday kicked off the campaign for next month's Canadian general election, gunning to hold onto his liberal majority in a tight race against newcomers on both flanks.Justin Trudeau on Wednesday kicked off the campaign for next month's Canadian general election, gunning to hold onto his liberal majority in a tight race against newcomers on both flanks.

Justin Trudeau Calls For Canadian Polls In October, Dissolves Parliament

Canadians "have an important choice to make" about their country's future path, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today as he triggered the official launch of the federal election campaign.Canadians "have an important choice to make" about their country's future path, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today as he triggered the official launch of the federal election campaign.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will launch the 2019 federal election campaign today. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will launch the 2019 federal election campaign today. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.

5 things to know on CTVNews.ca for Wednesday September 11, 2019: Federal election, Brian Pallister, cancer photo | CTV News

The visit officially launches the campaign that will pit the Liberal Leader against Conservatives’ Andrew Scheer, NDP’s Jagmeet Singh, Green’s Elizabeth May and othersThe visit officially launches the campaign that will pit the Liberal Leader against Conservatives’ Andrew Scheer, NDP’s Jagmeet Singh, Green’s Elizabeth May and others

Game on: Federal election 2019 under way as Trudeau visits Rideau Hall - The Globe and Mail

Watch Manitoba Election: Brian Pallister wins re-election in Fort Whyte Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Manitoba Election: Brian Pallister wins re-election in Fort Whyte Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Manitoba Election: Brian Pallister wins re-election in Fort Whyte | Watch News Videos Online

The federal election is officially underway as of late Wednesday morning and the party leaders are asking for your vote.Liberal leader Justin Trudeau seeks to convince the electorate that he has governed responsibly and effectively these past four years and deserves a second term.The federal election is officially underway as of late Wednesday morning and the party leaders are asking for your vote.

EDITORIAL: As the election starts, let’s place issues before drama | Toronto Sun

The federal election is officially underway as of late Wednesday morning and the party leaders are asking for your vote.Liberal leader Justin Trudeau seeks to convince the electorate that he has governed responsibly and effectively these past four years and deserves a second term.The federal election is officially underway as of late Wednesday morning and the party leaders are asking for your vote.

EDITORIAL: As the election starts, let’s place issues before drama | Toronto Sun

Hasan Minhaj has Justin Trudeau’s number. The star of the hit Netflix comedy show Patriot Act was given access to Trudeau for the kind of sit-down interview Canadian journalists are rarely granted.Hasan Minhaj has Justin Trudeau’s number. The star of the hit Netflix comedy show Patriot Act was given access to Trudeau for the kind of sit-down interview Canadian journalists are rarely granted.

MULCAIR: Progressive voters, betrayed by Trudeau, weigh the alternatives | Toronto Sun

Hasan Minhaj has Justin Trudeau’s number. The star of the hit Netflix comedy show Patriot Act was given access to Trudeau for the kind of sit-down interview Canadian journalists are rarely granted.Hasan Minhaj has Justin Trudeau’s number. The star of the hit Netflix comedy show Patriot Act was given access to Trudeau for the kind of sit-down interview Canadian journalists are rarely granted.

MULCAIR: Progressive voters, betrayed by Trudeau, weigh the alternatives | Toronto Sun

“I’m making an announcement at Rideau Hall this morning. Tune in live: https://t.co/5Rv8vIBsPA”

Justin Trudeau on Twitter: "I’m making an announcement at Rideau Hall this morning. Tune in live: https://t.co/5Rv8vIBsPA"

“Greg Thompson was a fair & kind man and a passionate advocate for his community, province, and country – I was sorry to hear of his passing this morning. My heart goes out to his loved ones.”

Justin Trudeau on Twitter: "Greg Thompson was a fair & kind man and a passionate advocate for his community, province, and country – I was sorry to hear of his passing this morning. My heart goes out to his loved ones."

“The 2019 Federal Election Campaign has now begun! It has been a great honour to be the MP 4 #VanGran. Looking forward to #elxn43 (Oct.21) w/ #TeamJody—let’s send a strong message to Ottawa that our voices matter. Here is why I am running as an independent: https://t.co/lkxiqvG1Cj”

Jody Wilson-Raybould 王州迪 Vancouver Granville on Twitter: "The 2019 Federal Election Campaign has now begun! It has been a great honour to be the MP 4 #VanGran. Looking forward to #elxn43 (Oct.21) w/ #TeamJody—let’s send a strong message to Ottawa that our voices matter. Here is why I am running as an independent: https://t.co/lkxiqvG1Cj"

“As this election campaign begins, we now know two disturbing details about the SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal: 1. The RCMP are looking into the Liberal gov't for obstruction of justice. 2. Trudeau is actively trying to block them. LIVE: https://t.co/ESliXjMOGU”

Andrew Scheer on Twitter: "As this election campaign begins, we now know two disturbing details about the SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal: 1. The RCMP are looking into the Liberal gov't for obstruction of justice. 2. Trudeau is actively trying to block them. LIVE: https://t.co/ESliXjMOGU"

Six stories in the news for Wednesday, Sept. 11 ——— FEDERAL ELECTION TO BEGIN TODAY Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off his bid for re-election today, heading to Rideau Hall this morning . . .Six stories in the news for Wednesday, Sept. 11 ——— FEDERAL ELECTION TO BEGIN TODAY Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicks off his bid for re-election today, heading to Rideau Hall this morning . . .

In the news today, Sept. 11 | North Shore News

Keeping the status quo was the ‘right decision for the country at the time,’ says democratic institutions minister.Keeping the status quo was the ‘right decision for the country at the time,’ says democratic institutions minister.

Will the Liberals’ Broken Electoral Reform Promise Hurt Them? | The Tyee

Leading up to Canada's federal election in October, Andrew Scheer has contrasted his childhood with Justin Trudeau's. Scheer has talked about how his family struggled with money, while Justin Trudeau grew up the son of a former Prime Minister and inherited a million dollars from his father. Despite Andrew Scheer's net worth being fairly high, he still alludes to his family's financial struggles. After a Liberal MP tweeted with the hashtag #ScheerWasSoPoorThat, Andrew Scheer took to Twitter himself and said he grew up "middle class."Leading up to Canada's federal election in October, Andrew Scheer has contrasted his childhood with Justin Trudeau's. Scheer has talked about how his family struggled with money, while Justin Trudeau grew up the son of a former Prime Minister and inherited a million dollars from his father. Despite Andrew Scheer's net worth being fairly high, he still alludes to his family's financial struggles. After a Liberal MP tweeted with the hashtag #ScheerWasSoPoorThat, Andrew Scheer took to Twitter himself and said he grew up "middle class."

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Rideau Hall on Wednesday morning to launch the 2019 federal election, with voting day set for Oct. 21. In our latest poll, we ask if a federal election was held today, what do you think the outcome wouldPrime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Rideau Hall on Wednesday morning to launch the 2019 federal election, with voting day set for Oct. 21. In our latest poll, we ask if a federal election was held today, what do you think the outcome would

Take our poll: If a federal election was held today, what do you think the outcome would be? | Local | News | Cape Breton Post

Huawei, regulating digital platforms, lowering cellphone and internet bills, these are some of the topics Canada's political parties are talking about.Huawei, regulating digital platforms, lowering cellphone and internet bills, these are some of the topics Canada's political parties are talking about.

Election 2019: where do the federal parties stand on tech, telecom issues?

In it for you.It’s the New Democrats – now a sad shadow of their former selves – who, ironically, came up with the best slogan for the 2019 federal election campaign: in it for you.That’s what just about every election campaign is about, this one included.In it for you.It’s the New Democrats – now a sad shadow of their former selves – who, ironically, came up with the best slogan for the 2019 federal election campaign: in it for you.

KINSELLA: Trudeau talks middle class, but has never experienced it | Toronto Sun

In it for you.It’s the New Democrats – now a sad shadow of their former selves – who, ironically, came up with the best slogan for the 2019 federal election campaign: in it for you.That’s what just about every election campaign is about, this one included.In it for you.It’s the New Democrats – now a sad shadow of their former selves – who, ironically, came up with the best slogan for the 2019 federal election campaign: in it for you.

KINSELLA: Trudeau talks middle class, but has never experienced it | Toronto Sun