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Liberal MP Wayne Long Calls for Justin Trudeau’s Resignation in Caucus Letter

Wayne Long, a sitting Liberal MP from New Brunswick, has called for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s resignation in a letter addressed to the federal caucus. Long expressed the need for new leadership and direction, citing the electorate’s desire for change following recent electoral setbacks. His sentiments echo those of former cabinet minister Catherine McKenna and others within the party who have publicly called for a leadership transition.

Long, who has already announced he will not seek re-election, emphasized that the Liberal Party’s identity transcends any individual leader and should focus on its core values and improving Canadians’ lives. McKenna similarly advocated for fresh ideas and energy, suggesting former Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney as a potential leadership contender.

While some MPs have voiced concerns privately about the party’s electoral prospects under Trudeau’s leadership, cabinet ministers have publicly supported him. Trudeau, in response to recent challenges, acknowledged the need for his team to deliver visible progress for Canadians.

The Prime Minister’s Office has reportedly been engaging with parliamentarians amid growing internal discussions about the party’s future direction.

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