With the federal election just days away, the leader of the Liberal Party decided to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family as well as supporters in southwestern Ontario.
Justin Trudeau and his family were welcomed by hundr of Liberal supporters at the campaign office of Mohamed Hammoud, the Liberal candidate for London-Fanshawe on Monday just before 1 p.m.
The crowd chanted “Four more years! Four more years!” as Trudeau walked through the packed backyard, waving and smiling, greeting fans of all ages.
“(Today) isn’t just a day for politics,” Trudeau said before passing the microphone to his wife. “This is also a day for families.”
Sophie Grégoire got the crowd roaring when she recognized Canada’s value for diversity.
“Canada ne to celebrate its diversity and strength. But… it’s in your sacrifices that you make through your jobs and your families that will allow us to create more equality…. so thank you from my heart to yours, we love you!”
0:34Federal Leaders’ Debate 2019: Full
Federal Leaders’ Debate 2019: Full
Within the second minute of his five-minute speech, Trudeau brought up the name of his toughest competition in this election.
“Andrew Scheer looked at Doug Ford’s cuts and said, ‘hold my beer,’ because he’s choosing four times as much cuts as Doug Ford. That is not the approach we need for Canada.”
At this time, a protestor briefly interrupted Trudeau before being asked to leave by a campaign organizer.
Earlier this month, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh brought up the idea of a coalition with the Liberals to prevent the Conservatives from forming a minority government.
The Liberal leader made a campaign stop in Windsor prior to stopping by London, where he dodged multiple questions about a possible coalition.
Instead, he repeatedly responded that he remains focused on winning a majority, according to an article from Global News.
Trudeau dodges question of Liberal-NDP coalition while Scheer rallies against
Trudeau did not take questions during his London rally, but he promised a bright future if the Liberals won.
“Canadians need a government that’s going to invest in kids and in our future. Canadians need a government… that invests in a better future for all, and that’s exactly what we are going to do!”
0:43Leaders’ Debate: Scheer says he was comfortable attacking Trudeau during the debate because he ‘hides the truth’
Leaders’ Debate: Scheer says he was comfortable attacking Trudeau during the debate because he ‘hides the truth’
The Liberals and Conservatives are deadlocked in the polls with just a few more days to go until the federal election.
Trudeau had previously refused to contemplate a coalition with their toughest competition.
The Liberal leader took off to Hamilton and Cambridge after his London rally.
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