The five-party race in Nanaimo-Ladysmith should provide an interesting test of each party's ability to gain maximum advantage over its adversaries.
The NDP did better than expected on February 25 in both Burnaby South and Outremont. Andrew Scheer will now be having nightmares about Maxime Bernier.
From the outset, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh faced questions in his quest for a parliamentary seat in Burnaby South. Results from last night's byelection have addressed those concerns.
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"We need to look at a two-tiered system, so that we can get those who have worked hard for their money to get out of the system if they would like to," says UCP candidate Miranda Rosin.
Hamilton City Council will be debating whether to make Hamilton a living wage municipality this spring and it seems many Ward 7 candidates are making the living wage a key part of their platforms.
It's that peculiar time again -- roughly midway (already!) in a government's life -- when the exhilaration of a new voyage hits the potholes.
There is something rich -- and richly ironic -- hearing Stephen McNeil fret about the number of voters who didn't bother to cast ballots in last week's three provincial byelections.
Exceptionally low voter turnout in the recent four byelections masked doubled vote percentage for the Liberals.
If pundits and reporters insist on quoting public opinion polls, as though they have meaning, they should take the time to analyze them -- all of them -- very carefully.