Canada Canada: A man charged for throwing gravel on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
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While Canadians are called to the polls on September 20 for anticipated legislative laws, protesters blame the Prime Minister's health policyTensile campaign - While Canadians are called upon to the polls on September 20 for anticipated legislative laws The protesters blame the Prime Minister his sanitary policy
the tension is large in thewhile will be held on 20 September of the anticipated legislation. A 25-year-old demonstrator was arrested and charged on Saturday for making gravel on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday on an electoral displacement in London, a city southwest of .
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So far, some hot button issues in B.C. include the Fairy Creek logging protests, the housing crisis, and calling an election while thousands of people are displaced during one of the province's worst wildfire seasons on record. Meanwhile, a recent poll has revealed growing anger among Canadians about voting during the fourth wave of a pandemic. Although the number of seats in B.C. doesn't rival those in Ontario and Quebec, the province does hold enough influence to make it worth the parties' attention. On Vancouver Island, the Greens hope to maintain their two seats in a region where the NDP dominated last federal election.
Originally from the province of Ontario, the man was charged with "armed violence" and will be judged on October 6, said the regional police. The Prime Minister, who had not been injured by the gravel launched at the time to go back to his bus, had then denounced these "packs" of protesters who do not hesitate to also do to doctors or nurses.Death Threats
All campaign leaders for these anticipated elections have denounced after this incident the violence of protesters against. The latter can no longer go out, for several days, without being followed by a crowd of opponents who protest loudly against sanitary measures. On Friday, another demonstrator was arrested for highlighted by the Prime Minister at another election displacement.
Canadians are called upon to the polls for anticipated legislation less than two years after the last election. The Liberal Justin Trudeau, which brigues a third term, is at the elbow-to-elbow in the surveys with its main rival, the Conservative Erin O'Toole.
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Analysis In some elections , the vote converges. In others, it diverges. Canadians came together for Trudeau over Stanfield in 1974, Mulroney over Turner in 1984, Chrétien over Campbell in 1993, Trudeau II over Harper in 2015. But sometimes votes diverge and just spill all over the place like marbles. That is what ended the Liberals ‘ previous run in power with the messy rejection of Martin for Harper in 2006. The most recent election just before the pandemic in 2019 was also like that. The party with the most votes, the Conservatives under failed leader Andrew Scheer , became the opposition in a minority parliament. Justin Trudeau was humbled.