My Seat Projections

Okay, just for fun I’m going to do this. I don’t have some crazy scientific method of figuring it out, I just go with my gut feeling – which has varying results. Interestingly you can see from my post here which was made on Election Day in 2008 that the

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Enormous Thriving Plants: John Gormley echos disingenuous CPC rhetoric on coalition governance.

Failed-conservative-politician turned radical-right-wing-radio-host used his regular column space in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix a few days ago to (surprise, surprise!) regurgitate Stephen Harper’s ‘coalition with separatists’ rhetoric. The problem with cynically exploiting ignorance over Canadian parliamentary governance is that it becomes less successful over time. People brush up on their

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Enormous Thriving Plants: John Gormley echos disingenuous CPC rhetoric on coalition governance.

Failed-conservative-politician turned radical-right-wing-radio-host used his regular column space in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix a few days ago to (surprise, surprise!) regurgitate Stephen Harper’s ‘coalition with separatists’ rhetoric. The problem with cynically exploiting ignorance over Canadian parliamentary governance is that it becomes less successful over time. People brush up on their

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NDP Surge

The NDP vote is surging, especially in Quebec where all the other parties are losing support to the NDP, particularly the Bloc. The NDP is clearly ahead of both of the other federalist parties in Quebec and depending on what poll you look at they are either just behind or

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