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Keith Baldrey Dec 6
And will Scheer simply attempt to continue arguments, or try a different tack? I’m betting on the former.
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Mark Bonokoski 🇨🇦 Nov 6
BONOKOSKI: Elizabeth May, the Green leader who made her one seat a throne
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Nilima Gulrajani Nov 5
the world over exploit to polarise electorates, most recently in during . Inspired by who all fought back, I hope this can add to their defensive efforts.
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Dr Elisabeth Kosters 🇨🇦🇳🇱 Nov 7
I have stated the same several times to and and it falls on deaf ears. The “popular vote” means you get more than 50%. And guess what, nearly 60% of Canadian voters voted Left Of Centre during - that is a popular vote/win
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Paul Zed Nov 12
The room filled quickly today with great ideas and sage advice for businesses working with the new federal govt, a winning team lead by Godyne ! Jean Charest insightful as always 👍🇨🇦
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Matthew Forbes Nov 15
Another thing NDP and Conservative Party supporters have in common: desperately trying to spin the last election as a victory.
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Paul Zed Nov 8
Looking forward to Toronto on Tuesday 12th after hearing from businesses and clients in Vancouver,Calgary and Montreal
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SAISCanadian Studies Nov 14
Bonjour Montreal! Prof is speaking on in Canada and with at an event sponsored by .
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Beth Levy Nov 23
It wasn’t that the message didn’t get communicated properly. It was the message. We heard you loud and clear.
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Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research Nov 14
It may be interesting to ask such a question again today post , however we don't anticipate the actual numbers supporting independence to shift all that much.
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Jacquie Apr 5
There is much irony in the fact that two sectors politicians of all stripes attacked daily during - pharmaceuticals and telcos - are the ones Canadians and need the most right now
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Sergio Mourato Nov 12
WATCH: and are releasing a guide on the human right to water for First Nations communities and advocates. More in the interview with , Canada Director – via
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KirkTousaw Nov 6
Part of a longer thread by - read it all. Notably did a great job figuring out what voters cared about. Also notably - the mainstream coverage in rarely treated any of these as the main issues. Instead we got and personality politics.
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Norman Spector Dec 13
Two inconvenient truths: Scheer won more seats than Singh in QC in . Singh lost more seats than Scheer in QC in
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karel peters Nov 8
there are 338 ridings in canada. here is a break down of how many black candidates each major party ran in : 11, 2, 7, 22, 0. that's 42 black candidates across the country.
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Dr. Paula Miceli, CPsych Nov 11
A unique political environment is upon us in Canada. Thanks to for reminding us of the gains Conservatives made in , and how the PM will need to tap into a novel set of tactics post-election.
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Kit Kolbegger Nov 15
Clean Data, Dirty Politics panel. is telling us how easy it was to get her personal data from political parties during
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Monica Fibonacci🇨🇦 Jun 29
Back to 2019 (from ) What decided the 🇨🇦 election? 30% — wanted their party to get a majority 21% — didn’t want another party to form gov. 18% — wanted their party to have influence in a minority gov. 12% ‼ voted for a specific platform or policy🤔
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Dappa 🌏 Dec 19
Liberals sowed hate n division during , spread untold lies, deceit after deceit, ran a well oiled propaganda machinery, defended criminals in high places and now telling us to work together. I can’t be part of a government of racist hypocrites .
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WeAreNovaScotia Feb 9
. With an eye to the acute disruption that decarbonization implies, the federal Liberals promised during to legislate a “just transition act” that would require govts. to give workers help with training, support and new opportunities.
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