Doug Ford and Jason Kenney could be the enemies Justin Trudeau badly needs - 2019-04-11

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F182.png Doug Ford and Jason Kenney could be the enemies Justin Trudeau badly needs April 11, 2019, Aaron Wherry, CBC News

Justin Trudeau would probably prefer that Rachel Notley remain premier of Alberta. He'd likely rather have ex-Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne still running things in Queen's Park.

But in lieu of allies and like-minded leaders, Jason Kenney and Doug Ford could provide Justin Trudeau with something he has lacked since he dispatched Stephen Harper in 2015: the right kind of adversary.

There's always Andrew Scheer, of course — standing right across from Trudeau most afternoons in the House of Commons, the two of them separated by the length of two swords. In the one way that counts — this fall's federal election — Scheer is still Trudeau's direct and official opponent.

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