Liberals win a stunning majority in Canada. http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/politics/ctv-projects-liberal-majority-harper-to-step-down-as-conservative-leader-1.2617286 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click...Read More
An interesting game of poker is taking place in Ontario and it seems that the Liberals may have the best hand. Who has the most to lose? At the moment it’s the NDP. No one wants an election and I suspect that if one is...Read More
Interestingly enough this election may be a boon for the G.T.A. Not that Toronto can expect the Conservatives to only pander to their needs. As the Prime Minister said last night “we will govern for all Canadians”....Read More
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Well a historic election has just taken place in Canada. The Bloc was decimated in Quebec, and almost wiped off the map. Newfoundland told Conservatives what to do with themselves. The Greater Toronto Area is painted blue and...Read More
The federal government is suspending a program which offered people financial incentives to have their homes evaluated for energy efficiency and then perform upgrades to improve the rating. Under the ecoEnergy Retrofit program,...Read More
Commuters in the Greater Toronto Area suffer through longer round trips than their counterparts in 18 other major centres, including notoriously congested Los Angeles, according to a new report commissioned by the Toronto Board...Read More
Rocco Rossi will not have to keep his promise to kill Transit City. Dalton and the Liberals may have done it for him? Is this one of the “dumbest decisions ever made?” The government seems to be following in the...Read More
Well the election is over and the knives are already out calling for a new leader. It is strange? I do not remember anyone forcing out McGuinty, Harris, Harper, shall I go on. They were given a chance and look at them now! Dion...Read More
The bigger story: Justin Trudeau wins Montreal riding. Will he become the next leader of the Liberals
INGRID PERITZ Globe and Mail Update October 15, 2008 at 1:22 AM EDT MONTREAL — Justin Trudeau, heir to one of the most famous names in Canadian politics, will succeed his father to Ottawa after securing a victory in the Montreal...Read More
Voter turnout is heavy in Durham and York region, the middle class is voting for Harper and splitting the vote to Layton. Dion’s leadership maybe in question?
Update (7:56pm):Just came back from voting and turnout is heavy. I had to wait in line for a long time as it went outside of the High School and into the parking lot. Durham residents are voting, are you? Update (10:14pm): It...Read More
The mistakes Conservatives, Liberals, NDP, Greens and Bloc Quebecois made. However there is no mistake when you vote!
In my estimation, these are the errors each leader made during this campaign. They are in no particular order, however I welcome your comments. Harper and the Conservatives 1. Called the election in the first place, knowing that...Read More
OTTAWA – A new poll suggests the federal election race is tightening as party leaders head into the home stretch. With just over a week until voting day, a new survey suggests Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives...Read More