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Tom Mulcair's election-ready tour | Nov 25 2014 | Duncan Cameron | For Mulcair, those Canadians looking to get rid of Stephen Harper need look no further than the NDP. The Liberals, he said, "flash left at election time, then turn right when they hold power."
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Ten things Vancouver needs from Gregor Robertson in the next four years | Nov 21 2014 | Rod Mickleburgh | Vision Vancouver and Mayor Robertson might be back for a third term, but voters' displeasure was clear and loud. What can Vision do to make things right?
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Vancouver returns again to Gregor’s Vision | Nov 16 2014 | Cathryn Atkinson | Gregor Robertson retakes mayor's chair for the third time in Vancouver despite himself, Meena Wong third.
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Union vows to campaign against Harper | Nov 14 2014 | Ella Bedard | The union that represents professional public sector employees announced that it will deviate from its long-held policy of neutrality to oppose Harper in the upcoming federal elections.
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Vancouver election offers chance to be bold, not bored | Nov 12 2014 | Michael Stewart | The policies and candidates on offer from Vancouver's leftist parties this election are more exciting than we've seen in years -- but greenwashed ennui from Vision threatens to squash them.
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Women take action for institutional change in Vancouver city elections | Nov 11 2014 | Christine O'Fallon | The Vancouver election is on November 15. Who's to say whether anything real will happen once the elections are over and done with? That's where the Hot Pink Paper Campaign comes in!
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Four things you need to know about the 2014 Vancouver civic election | Nov 10 2014 | Kaity Cooper | To dispel the myth that city politics don't matter, new blogger Kaity Cooper does your homework for you and highlights four issues you should care about in this civic election.
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Will Winnipeg's first Indigenous mayor bridge the city's divide? It's complicated. | Nov 7 2014 | Shauna MacKinnon | There will be high expectations for the new mayor from Indigenous and non-Indigenous Winnipeggers who have been concerned with racism as well as the geographic, social and economic divide in our city.
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Toronto Election: The left has some work to do | Nov 5 2014 | Judy Rebick | What the heck happened in the Toronto election? Judy Rebick talks about what she saw happening and what the Left needs to do to regain voter confidence.
Kshama Sawant on why Seattle voters elected a socialist | Nov 5 2014 | Redeye Collective | Socialist Kshama Sawant ran for a seat on city council in Seattle with a campaign promise to introduce a minimum wage of $15, more than double the federal rate.
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Toronto election results reveal a polarized city | Oct 30 2014 | Dr. Kara Santokie | The Ford era is over for Toronto (for now). But as bleary-eyed Torontonians return to reality, what are they really waking up to?
Corroded media conglomerates should not dictate democratic policies | Oct 28 2014 | Elisha Allensen | So, unions aren't allowed to endorse candidates in elections, but media outlets are? That doesn't seem fair.

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MB Director for right-wing fundamentalist Christian organization acclaimed as PC canadiate in Radisson ghoris said... The Tories' stupidity knows no bounds. Way to appeal to urban voters, guys. They *might* have been...
Ontario mayoral races Geoff said... In Hamilton, Brad Clark, a former cabinet minister from the Mike Harris government, is running for...
Visions of centralization, social programs and the fiscal imbalance Sean in Ottawa said... The Conservative position avoids the contradictions present in the Canadian federation by reducing...
Toronto municipal election City Coucil ctrl190 said... A couple of interesting races: Ward 17: Alejandra Bravo is running against Ford lackey (and Liberal...
Ontario election results Rebecca West said... Open for business. in
Ontario election leaders' debate: What's riding on it? NorthReport said... Debate Day has already arrived in Ontario. It should be interesting as there is a huge undecided,...
Ontario Minority Scenarios Wilf Day said... Remember 1985 in Ontario when Frank Miller lost his bid to win a majority.   Who won? We...
Ontario Polling Thread - started May 20, 2014 NorthReport said... Updated - from the previous thread. The PCs are ahead. At this point the right-wing Liberal...
Ontario election 2014 political ads NorthReport said... Link in
Prediction Thread - Ontario Election 2014 NorthReport said... Woo! Hoo! Well girls and boys, it's that time again.  in

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