Canada prime minister Justin Trudeau’s high-profile daily media briefings on the country’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic has helped him enjoy a resurgence in popularity.

A new poll stated that “Trudeau’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis lifts his approval to the very best level since 2017.” actually , his performance is endorsed by 54% of Canadians, consistent with a replacement survey from the non-profit pollster Angus Reid Institute or ARI. the improved support amid the coronavirus crisis is obvious since Trudeau’s popularity has jumped 21% this year.

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As ARI noted, “…more than one month into an unprecedented national shutdown thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Prime Minister’s front-and-centre presence at daily briefings has caused his approval ratings to try to to something they need not wiped out nearly two years: crack the bulk mark.”

While Trudeau is leading a minority government, he’s unlikely to use the new-found surge in support to announce snap elections given not only the restrictions that remain because the country to battle Covid-19 but also as his personal approval ratings don’t translate into an upswing within the fortunes of his Liberal Party , and it remains during a statistical tie with the principal opposition Conservative Party .

Trudeau has also announced more measures to ease the impact of Covid-19 on post-secondary students within the country, a move which will benefit nearly 200,000 students from India, many of whom are stranded in Canada.Trudeau announced a package to support college and university students also as recent graduates. This support will cost CA $ 9 billion, and can include CA $ 1250 to students per month under a replacement Canada Emergency Student Benefit. Trudeau said, while making the announcement, “The way forward for our economy and our country relies on the opportunities and support we offer to Canadian students today..”

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