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Hazel McCallion
David J. Climenhaga | If the Liberals' positive momentum continues through the weekend, it's not inconceivable they could push themselves into majority territory as the NDP did in Alberta, a pollster says.
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Stephen Harper
David J. Climenhaga | If we have reached the moment when the vaunted Conservative election machine is producing nothing but loud guffaws, more Laurel and Hardy than Kafka, then maybe the nightmare really is over.
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Nora Loreto | Daniel Gagnier has a long history as a Liberal insider. Nora Loreto takes us through it.
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Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | Conservative Michael Cooper again refuses to answer questions in local forum about his views on reproductive rights.
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David Taub Bancroft | If the NDP and the Liberals truly want to defang the Greens, they could start by adopting their policies.
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Emma Lui | This blog gives an overview of some key water issues, parties' positions and includes questions to ask local candidates.
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Susan Prentice | Child care is an issue this federal election. And it is clear that three out of the four federal parties recognize that Canada needs a national child-care program.
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Mulcair Selfie
David J. Climenhaga | Brace yourself for things to get nasty when the Conservatives' Australian wedge-meister starts slicing up the Canadian personality into wedges of immigration, refugees, race and religion.
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Conservative Leaflet
David J. Climenhaga | In a corner, the prime minister will pander to his reliable base rather than risk doing the right thing.
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Earl Cowan
David J. Climenhaga | Rather than making fun of #AngryCon for his outburst, we really ought to think about the kind of people who would encourage his reaction and what else they might do to hang onto power.
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Duane Bratt
David J. Climenhaga | If and when this starts to look less like a threesome and more like a two-way race, that’s when sitzkrieg will turn to blitzkrieg.
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Duncan Cameron | The Liberal strategy under Justin Trudeau appears to be the same one pursued in the Ignatieff era: wait for the Conservatives to collapse, and then scoop up the centre-right vote.