We are one week away from a Canadian federal election on September 20th. According to the latest poll on the CBC News website, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals and Erin O'Toole's Conservatives are running neck and neck, with Jagmeet Singh's NDP in third place. It is unlikely that any party will form a majority government. It appears that the result will be a Liberal minority or a Conservative minority. The seat count favours the Liberals. So, unless something unforeseen happens before the election, we will be left with another minority government. We'll go to the polls again in about two years if the Liberals form the government, even sooner if the Conservatives come to power. The NDP may prop up a Liberal government for a while, but it is doubtful that they will support O'Toole's right wing policies. The Bloc Quebecois is the wild card.