Oct 19, 2019
By all accounts, the final results of the federal election will be a muddled minority at best. There are no shortage of scenarios being floated as to who can, should or will be able to command the confidence of the House of Commons. No matter the outcome, it means Canadians are likely to head back to the polls withing the next 24 or 30 months - at best.
Whoever forms government will parade their platform priorities in the first throne speech. But how will that affect the biggest issue facing this country. Support grows for separatism in Alberta. The Bloc Quebecois has been revived. Will the new parliament be prepared or equipped to deal with an agenda that will be dominated by national unity and sovereignty?