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Party time for United Conservatives: Economic issues lead UCP to long-expected Alberta victory

It’s official. Tuesday night, Alberta voters chose to jettison Premier Rachel Notley and the NDP, opting overwhelmingly for Jason Kenney and the United Conservative Party. The New Democratic Party’s first mandate as Alberta’s government will – in the short term,

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Premiers’ Performance: A Holly Jolly Christmas for Legault and Moe

Horgan, Ford, earn the approval of pluralities in their respective provinces December 20, 2018 – Quebec and Saskatchewan Premiers Francois Legault and Scott Moe have each received an early Christmas present in the form of majority job approval ratings from

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B.C. Electoral Reform Referendum: Voters’ motivations, and why proportional representation failed

Four-in-ten say holding this referendum was a good idea, while one-third say it was a bad one December 20, 2018 – The votes are in, and BC’s future general elections will operate much the same as the last ones. With

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Proportional Representation: BC residents split three ways over whether to change voting system

Nationally, most Canadians would prefer PR over FPTP for provincial elections September 28, 2018 – With less than a month before ballots are mailed to voters, British Columbia’s 2018 referendum on proportional representation appears to be headed for a tight

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Quebec Election Analysis: Popular policies and a faltering opponent propelled CAQ to historic victory

Quebecers were more likely to say the province was on the wrong track than the right one before Oct. 1 October 4, 2018 – As the Quebec Liberals pack up their belongings at 1045 Rue Des Parliamentaires following an historic

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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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