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Election 43: Half the electorate up for grabs; health care, affordability, honesty are top issues for pliable voters

Women under 35 most likely to be uncommitted (74%), six-in-ten men over 55 already locked in (61%) August 26, 2019 – In an (unofficial) election campaign where more than half the electorate is available, the focus of party leaders over

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Balancing act: Majorities say both climate action, oil & gas growth should be top priorities for next government

Division remains over federal carbon tax, but most want to do more to meet 2030 emission reduction goal September 5, 2019 – It is a debate often styled as “either or”. Either the federal government commits to policies aimed at

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Ahead of September writ drop, Liberals claw back into close race with Conservatives

SNC-Lavalin ethics violation has not hampered Liberal enthusiasm, party continues summer rise August 29, 2019 – The latest public opinion survey from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds the ethics commissioner’s mid-August ruling that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed an

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Federal Politics: CPC lead holds, but as Liberals begin to climb, will their task be simple, or Sisyphean?

Four-in-ten Canadians, and six-in-ten CPC supporters, are absolutely certain of their vote in October July 16, 2019 – While the Conservative Party of Canada maintains a comfortable eight-point lead over the governing Liberals, all eyes are on the latter party

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Shovels in the ground: More than half of Canadians say Liberals made right decision in approving TransMountain expansion

But will it be built? Six-in-ten say yes, while four-in-ten say they’re not convinced June 21, 2019 – Indigenous rights, economic debates, provincial tension, climate change and environmental protection; all of these are at the core of not only the

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Federal Politics: Liberals appear to have stopped bleeding; can the Conservatives be bloodied?

Most CPC voters have no second choice, but nearly one-in-five could switch to the People’s Party June 10, 2019 – Notwithstanding a summer sitting of the House of Commons, these will be the final days for MPs in Ottawa before

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