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Election 2019: Liberal wins most seats in Parliament, but Conservatives win national popular vote

Centre-left voters share priorities going forward, opening up potential for legislative cooperation October 22, 2019 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party breathed a sigh of relief Monday night, having held onto enough seats in the House of

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Centre-Left Scuffle: Conservatives maintain lead as Liberals struggle to lock in vacillating progressives

CPC leads by 7 points as Liberals stand still; NDP emerges as 2nd choice among uncommitted voters October 1, 2019 – An inability so far in this 43rd election campaign for the incumbent Liberal Party to lock in left of

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Tight race throwback: In 2015’s closest ridings CPC makes gains, Liberals decline, NDP deflates

Study looks at 67 ridings decided by five or fewer points across the country in last federal election October 1, 2019 – With just three weeks until the 43rd Canadian federal election, all eyes are on the leaders as they

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Premiers’ Performance: Legault, Moe enjoy highest job approval; Ford, McNeil round out bottom ranks

Manitoba’s Brian Pallister has highest approval in nearly three years after September re-election September 27, 2019 – With much of the nation’s political attention firmly on the federal election, Canada’s premiers may well be enjoying some rare time flying under

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The Ford Factor: Ontario premier more likely than any other to have an impact on federal vote in his province

Four-in-ten residents say Ford’s policies, actions will dissuade them from supporting Scheer and CPC September 25, 2019 – As federal party leaders work to pick up momentum and recover from stumbles in this election campaign, to what extent are they

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Trudeau’s blackface shame darkens Liberal prospects, yet CPC support still remains static

Liberal momentum softens as centre-left voters look again to Greens, NDP September 23, 2019 – The question was not whether damning revelations that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had participated in the demeaning act of blackface (not once, but on at

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