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Quebec Politics: Major support for Bill 62, far less approval for government’s handling of border issues

Significant number of Quebecers say each issue will be a key consideration in next year’s election October 4, 2017 – With roughly a year to go before the next provincial election, Quebec residents are overwhelmingly supportive of their current government’s

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Six-in-ten say United Conservative Party will be good for Alberta, but half fear it will be ‘too right-wing’

Seven-in-ten say Notley government is ‘out of touch’ with what Albertans really want October 11, 2017 – With the unification of the former Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties culminating Oct. 28 with the election of a new leader of the

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Premiers’ Performance: As Horgan enters office on a high, Wall is set to depart on top

For a second straight quarter, no premier holds majority approval of their residents September 26, 2017 – Two months after announcing his resignation as Saskatchewan Premier, and retirement from politics, the latest analysis of quarterly polling data by the Angus

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Not just another brick in the Wall: Most say departing Saskatchewan premier will be remembered fondly

Men and older residents give outgoing Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall highest marks September 26, 2017 – As Brad Wall prepares to step down after nearly a decade as Canada’s most popular premier, a new analysis of quarterly polling data

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British Columbians call on new provincial government to deliver electoral reform, energy projects

New poll looks at key issues in the province after change in government September 26, 2017 – British Columbia’s first New Democratic Party government in 16 years debuted in the legislature this month with a bill that promised to make

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Bye bye, Brad Wall: Saskatchewan’s departing premier defied political gravity for years

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director Bye bye, Brad. The people of Saskatchewan will miss you, but maybe not as much as they might have before. With Thursday’s announcement that he’s retiring from politics, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall ends a remarkable

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