Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau started off last week's Blackface scandal on Sunday, reportedly focusing on measures he would pursue in a new election, including lower cell phone costs and lower middle-class tax cuts ,  "Canadians work hard and deserve to sleep peacefully at night. By lowering taxes and lowering mobile bills, our liberal team will put more than $ 1,500 a year into the pockets of diligent Canadian families, "Reuters said. Canadian mobile phone bills are among the highest of $ 40 to $ 100 World. He also said his government would increase personal income tax deduction to $ 15,000 for those earning less than $ 147,000. According to the report, the tax cut would cost 2.9 billion dollars in the first year and increase to 5.6 billion dollars by 2023-2024.
Just a week after the launch of his re-election campaign, Trudeau was shaken after a 2001
Trudeau admitted to reporters that this was not the only time he had doused his skin to depict a different race – he said it once did during a high school talent show.
He apologized for the pictures, but the pollster Frank Graves of EKOS Research told Reuters that opinion polls have shifted and the gap between his campaign and the opposition conservatives has narrowed.
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Graves announced that he would release the survey numbers later this week, but told the news agency that Trudeau's leadership has "evaporated almost overnight". Another poll has conservatives at the top.