The narrative on the Canadian federal political scene has quickly shifted. There’s a question that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is now being publicly asked that no politician wants to face. It’s a question that’s going to be echoed all across social media and on television and radio discussion panels. It’s one he will no doubt face again in front of the cameras.
The question is whether Trudeau is going to resign.
On Sept. 13, the PM was joined by other cabinet ministers to give a press conference at a construction site where they revealed more details of their Housing Accelerator Fund, which was announced earlier this year.
The housing file—and the exorbitant cost of homes across the country—has been one of the topics Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has been relentlessly hammering Trudeau on. And the polls show Poilievre has a winner on this issue.