Canadian conservative stars cast shadow over Trudeau rival’s hopes

FILE PHOTO: Supporters react to polling results at the United Conservative Party (UCP) provincial election night headquarters in Calgary, Alberta, Canada April 16, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Right-leaning Canadian politicians have won important elections over the last year, but it may do Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau more good in October’s national vote than his little-known Conservative Party challenger. Andrew Scheer, 39, has struggled to become a household name since taking over as leader of the federal Conservatives in […]

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