We Asked Canadians To Name The Party Leaders Running In The Election & It Got Awkward

The Canadian Federal Election is fast approaching — but how many Canadians actually know who is running to be the country's next prime minister?

Narcity hit the streets of Montreal to ask Canadians if they could name any of the party leaders.

While there were some at the front of people's minds, our video shows that other party leaders were completely forgotten about.

The federal election takes place on September 20 but there are plenty of opportunities to vote in advance through mail ballots.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau called a snap election on August 15. Otherwise, Canada's next election would've been on October 16, 2023 — four years after the last election in 2019. However, the prime minister has the ability to advise the governor general to dissolve parliament, which triggers an early election, known as a snap election.

He's back and he's not pulling any punches! Jagmeet Singh's latest TikTok has him taking aim at Justin Trudeau's government for being "all talk no action."

After the throne speech on November 23 where the federal government outlined its plans including one for making housing more affordable, Singh took to TikTok and posted a video of him lipsynching to "Number One Spot" by Ludacris.

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The federal government is planning to make buying a house in Canada more affordable and explained how it would get done.

During the throne speech on November 23 that opened the new session of parliament, Justin Trudeau's re-elected government outlined their goals and how they'll achieve them which included steps to reach housing affordability.

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Parliament is officially in session as of Monday, November 22, and Canada's Usher of the Black Rod had a very important part to play in the ceremony.

If you're wondering what exactly it is that Black Rod does (that's the genuine short version of his name, by the way), he's the person at the beginning of the throne speech who ceremoniously leads the Senate Speaker's parade.

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Are you ok, Anthony? Liberal MP Anthony Rota has officially been re-elected Speaker of the House of Commons, and he restarted the role in the weirdest way ever.

On Monday, November 22, the House reconvened for the first time in nearly nine months, following an election campaign that didn't actually change too much.

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