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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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The declarative & the demure: Close race gives CPC edge, but do Liberals stand to gain from shy voters?

Scheer, Trudeau tied on question of who would make Best PM September 19, 2019 – The second week of Canada’s 43rd general election campaign rolls along with the Conservative and Liberal parties locked in a statistical tie. The CPC, on

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Most say money laundering in Canada a problem; three-quarters support limits on cash purchases to combat it

Majorities everywhere outside of Atlantic Canada support inquiry into money laundering by their province September 17, 2019 – Revelations that an RCMP official charged with breaching a Canadian official secrets law was overseeing a Russian money-laundering probe are refocusing national

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‘Goldilocks zone’: Canadians divided on whether Trudeau’s pipeline approach is too much, too little or just right

But, by 2:1 ratio Canadians say next government should build TransMountain pipeline expansion September 13, 2019 – The campaign for the 43rd federal election is officially underway and that means Canadians are considering what the coming years can and will

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