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Provincial Spotlight: A cross-country breakdown of what issues matter most and government performance ratings

Health care the top provincial issue for six of the nine provinces canvassed March 13, 2020 – A planned meeting between the Prime Minister and First Ministers from around the country has been cancelled following news that the Justin Trudeau

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Premiers’ Performance: In the wake of pipeline problems, approval of both Kenney and Horgan falls

Ball, McNeil, Ford the least approved of in the country March 3, 2020 – The blockade crisis surrounding the Coastal GasLink pipeline project has had the country in its grips for weeks now, and the political fallout from it does

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Premiers’ Performance: Legault gets full stocking this Christmas, McNeil, a lump of political coal

Conservative premiers slip in approval after federal election December 12, 2019 – Canada’s premiers have been passing through Ottawa over the last few weeks to meet with the Prime Minister and share their Christmas wish-lists. While some meetings, like those

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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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Premiers’ Performance: Kenney joins Conservative surge, Ford’s approval ebbs, McNeil’s plunges

Scott Moe and Francois Legault maintain their place as top two most approved of provincial leaders June 7, 2019 – The squad of conservative provincial leaders grew in Canada this quarter with the addition of Jason Kenney in Alberta, supplying

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