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One year later: British Columbians mixed on NDP’s performance, but support its housing affordability policies

Although two-in-five say B.C. is on the ‘wrong track’, Horgan remains most approved-of party leader  May 9, 2018 – It’s been exactly one year since the historic 2017 British Columbia election threw the province into months of political uncertainty that

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Ontario Election: Voter antipathy sets up strategic voting face-off between Conservatives & NDP

Ontario PCs retain strongest, most committed base as left-of-centre voters flee Liberal Party May 30, 2018 – As fully half (50%) of decided Ontario voters declare their choice is based not on the party they support, but the one they

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Ontario Politics: Tory lead likely safe with Elliott or Mulroney at the helm, more risk with Ford

Those considering – but not committed to – the PCPO would be more turned off by Doug Ford as leader March 8, 2018 – The chaos and scandal that have rocked the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario over the last

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Ontario Politics: Tory, Mulroney, Elliott, and Baird hold greatest appeal to soft PC voters

Doug Ford has a strong base, but is unlikely to woo those in the “maybe PC” column January 31, 2018 – Following an unprecedented week in Ontario politics that saw the ouster of Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown over

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Site C: By margin of two-to-one, BC residents say province made the right call to finish dam project

Number of residents saying a majority govt. is better for the province jumps in last six months January 12, 2018 –  A politically risky call that might have threatened the future of the NDP government in B.C. is being met

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Six-in-ten Ontario residents support legislation to raise minimum wage to $15 per hour

Women and millennials are especially supportive of the measure December 28, 2017 – With a provincial election slated for next summer and a premier who has consistently been ranked as Canada’s least popular over the last 18 months, Ontario’s long-governing

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