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Source: Rachel Aiello, CTV News, September 9, 2019 

OTTAWA – As anticipation builds for the fall federal election campaign to be officially launched, a new Nanos survey indicates that Canadians are split on whether it’s time for a change in government, with nearly a fifth of those surveyed saying they are still undecided.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has until Sept. 15 to visit the Governor General and ask for the writ to be drawn up, kicking off the formal election period that will see federal party leaders crisscrossing the country and pitching themselves, their candidates, and their platforms, before voters go to the polls on Oct. 21.

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