Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there will be no early roll call.
In a roundabout interview with the Canadian press, Trudeau said he was happy to rule out the prospect of a snap vote, which means that Canadians can expect to go to the polls on October 21.
The statement should stop behind the spaces rumblings the ruling liberal has mulling one of our choices.
Since May 2007, federal electoral legislation has stipulated that a general vote will be held on the third Monday of October in the fourth year following the previous election.
However, it does not rule out a choice for another date.
Elections are called when the General Manager will resolve the parliament on behalf of the Ministry.
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