The Conservative Party has already put the blame for the 2016 election on the Liberal Party.
“The Liberals were the ones who put the pressure on us to get rid of Justin Trudeau,” a Conservative Party spokesperson told The Canadian Press on Monday.
Liberal MP Paul Calandra has been the prime minister of Quebec for the past 14 years.
It’s a similar story in British Columbia, where Premier Christy Clark and NDP Leader John Horgan have been in power for more than two decades.
Calandra is one of three Liberals in the provincial legislature, while Horgan was a cabinet minister under the NDP from 2005 to 2014.
The Tories are hoping to make history in 2018 when the party wins a majority government in both British Columbia and Alberta.
One of the biggest challenges facing the Tories is that they have to fight a general election in which the Liberals hold power for the first time in a generation.
On Tuesday, the Conservatives were trying to rally support for their election campaign.
They released a video and an advertisement urging voters to call the party’s election hotline.
With files from CTV’s The Early Edition