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Manitoba Election: Kinew and NDP hold six-point advantage at midway mark of campaign

Conservatives viewed as best on economy, NDP on health; NDP viewed as best to form government September 20, 2023 – Halfway through Manitoba’s provincial election campaign, Manitobans will have a chance to see three party leaders square off in a

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Alberta Politics: Support tilts towards backing renewable moratorium, but worries over jobs, power prices linger

Three-in-five believe province is right to resist federal government’s push to net zero September 14, 2023 – As Alberta Premier Danielle Smith pushes back against the federal government’s plans to decarbonize the power grid, Albertans lean towards supporting the recently

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Premiers’ Performance: Facing re-election, Manitoba’s Stefanson’s approval trends upward, but remains low

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe’s approval drops seven points; Tim Houston’s falls in Nova Scotia September 13, 2023 – In the midst of a contentious provincial election, PC leader and Premier Heather Stefanson will put her half-term record to the test

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Greenbelt Grief: Ford’s personal approval drops to five-year low, but voters still prefer PCPO to opposition options

Three-quarters say Ontario PCs gave preferential treatment to certain developers September 8, 2023 – As Ontario’s government prepares to further review the Greenbelt, including the lands at the centre of the ongoing controversy, Premier Doug Ford’s personal approval continues to

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Vast majority say schools should inform parents if children wish to change their pronouns, are split over issue of parental consent

Younger people twice as likely to say parents should have no say whatsoever in this decision August 28, 2023 – Last week Saskatchewan joined New Brunswick in adopting a new gender and pronoun policy for schools, which would require parental

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Provincial Performance: B.C. & Ontario governments face immense, growing criticism over handling of key issues

Despite low performance ratings, both B.C. NDP and Ontario PCs lead comfortably in vote June 29, 2023 – While government dissatisfaction has become a familiar trend in Ontario in recent years, the ranks of those disenchanted with the performance of

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