The Conservative Party of Canada’s prime ministerial race is a little bit of a mystery to some Canadians.
When asked if he has any ideas on how the Canadian leader would be treated if he were to win the party’s leadership race in the United States, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answered, “I can’t say that.”
Trudeau was asked the question while appearing on CBC’s The House as he and the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh were campaigning in New Hampshire.
Trinaditionally, the Conservative Party’s national convention is held in Montreal and the party is the country’s second-biggest political party.
It’s not the first time Trudeau has faced criticism for not being prepared for the U:U.S.-Canada relationship, as the Conservatives have been trying to sell their message of economic prosperity to voters there for several years.
In 2016, Trudeau won his party’s first ever majority in a federal election, but that victory came despite his government not being able to provide the support that was needed to win a majority in the House of Commons.
Trudeau has been criticized for not doing enough to help his country’s economic recovery from the Great Recession.
He has faced questions about whether he has done enough to address the ongoing opioid crisis and the recent death of a Canadian soldier who was battling the virus.
The Canadian government has promised to spend $3 billion on health care and has promised the U,U.
and Canada to take in up to 10,000 refugees.
But there have been questions about how the Conservatives will do this.
Canada is the world’s second largest economy, with annual GDP of more than $50 trillion.
According to the International Monetary Fund, Canada’s economy grew by 0.4% in 2017.