Okay, let’s catch you up: in the span of about a week last month, the finance minister resigned, the prime minister prorogued Parliament, and the Conservatives elected a new leader. Where does that leave things, heading into the fall? Rosie and Elamin break down some of August’s biggest political headlines, and build up what’s quickly becoming a highly anticipated fall session of Parliament — complete with a new Opposition Leader, Erin O’Toole. All eyes will be on the opposition parties as they decide whether to support the government in a confidence vote set to follow the Speech from the Throne, which the Liberals will unveil in less than two weeks’ time. It’ll be their first chance to lay out a whole new set of priorities, since the onset of the pandemic — priorities that could expand the multi-billion dollar federal deficit.