You haven't described strategic voting and how it works. But i'll settle for the bullsh*t you're trying to peddle here. The trade relationship with the U.S. was not an issue in this election. The Canadian economy is weak (a little, but not that bad) because of low oil prices, something none of the party leaders can do anything about. You've got a lot of maybes in there, and that's because you don't know what the hell you're talking about.
In fact, both Harper and Mulcair promised to balance the budget. They were both lying, but that did not become an issue, because economic fear played no part in this election. Trudeau, about whom the Tories were frantically warning everyone, not only did not promise to balance the budget, he promised to raise taxes on the top one percent of Canadian wage earners (which, of course, doesn't really affect the truly wealthy, who rely on capital gains--politicians, ya gotta love them reptiles), and he promised to lower taxes for the middle class. When questioned, he flatly said that he was not going to worry about balancing the budget in his first years as PM. The Tories tried scare tactics about the economy if either the New Democrats or the Liberals were elected. That went over like a lead balloon.
You're ignorant about the economic climate and the political climate in Canada. That doesn't, of course, make you stupid, just ignorant. What makes you stupid is pretending that you do know what you're talking about when you clearly don't, and not informing yourself about the topic you're shooting your mouth off about--which is typical of you. Ignorance is a pre-eminently curable condition. Stupidity takes a lot more work. You'd better get busy.