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September 16 2020 3:11pm

Coronavirus: ‘I do not want an election,’ Trudeau says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, when asked about concerns of a potential election during the COVID-19 pandemic, said on Wednesday they have been listening carefully to opposition parties in terms of what they see Canadians need ahead of the throne speech. However, he said it would be “irresponsible” to talk about the “recklessness” of elections, but opposition parties need to reflect on the direction the country is taking. He also added he does not want an election and their goal is to keep Canadians safe.

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