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Tag Archives: election
Does an NDP rise in popularity indicate a Liberal fall akin to the one experienced by the party once known as the Progressive Conservatives? Continue reading
A fractured left-leaning vote has brought up the question of whether people should vote strategically. However, does voting this way undermine the reason why we have local representation? Continue reading
Stephen Harper got his wish, but the planets are aligned for a Liberal resurgence — and majority — in the not-to-distant future. Continue reading