The Status of Women Council of the NWT held an All Yellowknife Candidates Forum on September 26, 7 p.m., at Northern United Place.
Despite living in Winnipeg, working in the local media and even canvassing door-to-door for NDP candidates, I can't call next Tuesday's vote.
If the Liberals, New Democrats, Greens, First Nation Party and Independents are all nibbling at the middle to left-of-centre vote, the right wingers could win in a number of key ridings in the Yukon.
Further to Jim Stanford's excellent critique of the Ontario Conservative platform's graphs, I am similarly struck by the Liberal platform's lone graph.
The Ontario election is in full swing, and the Conservative party's campaign is guided by a platform booklet called the "changebook," an audacious manifesto for significant change in the province.
The NDP is actually doing quite well in Nova Scotia, getting its act together and digging in after a shaky first year.
Watch the New Brunswick election for an eye-opener. Thanks to continuous tax cuts, which are great for shoppers but not great for debt, New Brunswick's finances are spiralling out of control.
Newly elected NDP premier Darrell Dexter was reported as being concerned about the size of the Nova Scotia government deficit. What should we fear from deficits?
The dust has settled on the B.C. election, sort of. B.C.ers won't know until the end of May what the new legislature will look like.
The B.C. Liberal Party have cranked up the provincial election campaign highlighting the mundane and meaningless -- will they succeed in distracting voters from issues of immediate concern?