Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

 The latest from Canada’s federal election.  – Alex Ballingall writes about the NDP’s task in translating the general popularity of Jagmeet Singh into votes and seats. And Gary Mason highlights how Singh’s strong campaign is complicating the Libs’ expectation of waltzing into a majority.  – PressProgress examines the superficiality of

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

Noteworthy news and opinions from Canada’s federal election campaign. – Kiavash Najafi discusses how the Libs are struggling for lack of any reasonable explanation as to why they’ve precipitated an unnecessary election in the first place. And Jen Gerson wonders whether anybody in the Lib camp thought to question whether

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

News, notes and commentary from Canada’s federal election. – Heather Scoffield comments that there’s reason for hope in this election based on the options available to voters. Jaime Watt concludes that Jagmeet Singh is ideally positioned to provide aspirational leadership in an election where voters are more interested in future plans than a referendum

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Accidental Deliberations: #Elxn44 Roundup

Links, notes and comments up to and including the first week of Canada’s federal election. – Shannon Proudfoot reports on Innovative Research’s polling into how voters perceive the federal parties – with the noteworthy findings including the fact that the NDP is the only national parties seen as likely on

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