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Elections

Blog
Sep 30, 2009

No more elections, thanks

Dave Markland
Reports indicate that many Afghans fear violence and foreign interference in the push for a run-off election.
Blog
Sep 17, 2009

Germany and the Kunduz bombing

Dave Markland
The Kunduz bombing, which killed and injured many civilians, is being felt in Germany as its elections near. The Left Party is campaigning under the slogan "Get out of Afghanistan."
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How to talk about increasing government revenue, Part 2

UnionSupporter wrote:

Maybe I'll try somewhere else. Cheers

I'm hoping UnionSupporter will return to lead the discussion he started. Hopefully it can be more successful than the first thread.

As I may have contributed to the initial disruption, I won't be participating here. I would hope some self-assessment will take place, and that some of the other guilty parties would similarly bow out and lurk for a change.

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How far will the Wildrose Alliance rise?

The WAP picked up Calgary-Glenmore last night, a seat that they had previously struggled to win 10% in. Will the WAP be a Western Canada Concept style flash in the pan, or can they give the Alberta PC's an elbow in the teeth from the right?

I don't see them sweeping to power in the next election or anything, but I wouldn't be shocked if them leapfrogged the NDP and Liberals and made official opposition.

Blog
Sep 14, 2009

Le fiasco Afghan

Pierre Beaudet
Le cafouillage des élections en Afghanistan est maintenant connu depuis la « découverte » de la fraude observée par la Commission de supervision internationale.
Blog
Aug 27, 2009

Afghan elections wrap-up

Dave Markland
A round-up of critical reporting and commentary on the Aug. 20 Afghan elections.
Columnists
Aug 18, 2009

Halifax09: Winning conditions

New Democrats from across Canada meeting this past weekend in Halifax were challenged by incoming party president Peggy Nash to build momentum for the next federal election.

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