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Power & Politics – Election 2015

Our Vice President Shachi Kurl joined Power & Politics on October 9 to talk about the 2015 election ahead of Thanksgiving weekend.

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Will uncertain voters follow their heads or their hearts?

October 7, 2015 – Election polls ask voters lots of interesting questions that end up getting ignored as the electoral beast’s insatiable hunger for new “horserace” (party standings) numbers blinds it to more nuanced findings. We at the Angus Reid Institute

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Canada AM – Trans-Pacific Partnership

Shachi Kurl speaks to CTV’s Canada AM about the political implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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On foreign policy, trade trumps, but can any party turn the TPP into votes?

October 5, 2015 – Not sure what to think about the Trans-Pacific Partnership? Don’t worry, neither are 46 per cent of your fellow Canadians. That can’t come as gobsmacking news, given that until Monday morning, there was scant detail to

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Election 2015: Conservatives edge forward leaving NDP and Liberals locked in second-place tie

Vast uncommitted voters may cause white-knuckle finish, say they’ll lock in choices “just before” Oct 19 October 1, 2015 – With only 19 days left in the 2015 federal election campaign, a volatile electorate is enabling the Conservative Party of

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Election 2015: Canadians profess decline in international reputation in last decade by margin of 2:1

Yet Stephen Harper still seen as best leader to represent this country on the world stage September 28, 2015 – As Canada’s main political party leaders prepare to square off in a debate on foreign affairs and international issues, Canadians

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