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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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As unfavourable views of China rise, Canadians are split over wisdom of Meng arrest

Preference for trade with China has dropped by nearly half since 2015 December 11, 2019 – News that China is now moving to prosecute two Canadian citizens who have been imprisoned without charge for a year represents the latest development

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Electoral reform revival? Support for changing voting systems skyrockets post election

After popular vote win, CPC supporters now outpace Liberals in support for proportional representation November 21, 2019 – The wake of the 43rd Canadian federal election campaign appears to have churned up support for a certain policy change long thought

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As Trudeau government faces competing regional and partisan priorities, Canadians weigh in on where to begin

Majorities in every region other than Quebec say Alberta’s natural resource sector needs more help November 19, 2019 – The resumption of parliament on December 5th represents a chance at a fresh start for the Trudeau government, but will his

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Immigration: Half back current targets, but colossal misperceptions, pushback over refugees, cloud debate

Canadians divided between Scheer, Trudeau and Singh over who’s best on immigration file October 7, 2019 – As all the federal party leaders gather tonight for the first time at a debate in this forty-third election campaign, one wishes to

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Leadership litmus test: Conservative voters evenly divided over whether Scheer should stay or go

Canadians divided about minority government result, more than half expect election within two years November 6, 2019 – As strategists, grassroots members and volunteers take stock of the campaigns that were, some partisans are more sanguine about their leaders’ futures

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