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The Ontario election campaign has officially kicked off as of May 4 and it could have many repercussions for Canadians inside and outside of the province.

After all, Ontario is the largest province by population and is the nation's economic and political hub, so things that happen there are bound to affect people across the rest of country.

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People's Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier says he's "not surprised" that he wasn't invited to the upcoming federal election leaders' debates, although he says Canadians will not stop hearing from his party.

Responding to the news that he is not eligible to participate in the debates, Bernier said he felt "disappointed, but not surprised" and blamed the "political establishment cartel" for the decision.

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A new photo from Sophie Grégoire Trudeau shows that life on the election trail is a family affair for many of Canada's politicians.

On August 15 — the same day that a snap election was officially called in Canada — she shared a picture of the Trudeau family preparing to begin the Liberal Party election campaign.

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The leader of the Conservative Party has confirmed that he is opposed to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada for federal employees, stating that "vaccines are not a political issue."

In a statement issued on Sunday, Erin O'Toole said that, if elected, the Conservative Party would implement a regular rapid testing regime rather than a vaccine mandate.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has officially called a snap federal election, which means Canadians will be heading to the polls within a matter of weeks.

While many politicians have been in campaign-mode for ages, Canada's federal party leaders took to social media on Sunday, August 15, to share their opinion on the Liberal leader's decision to call an election.

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