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Lots to talk about as Parliament goes on summer hiatus.
For now: a word about opinion polls, horse races, and -- to paraphrase Lewis Carroll -- "shoes and ships and sealing-wax, cabbages and kings, and why the sea is boiling hot."
Political journalists have a love-hate relationship with polls and pollsters. But even those who profess great skepticism can't help but be influenced by the stories the polls tell.
The big story, for the English language national media, right now, is the seeming enduring popularity of Justin Trudeau and his Liberals.