Battle lines are drawn
Léo Bureau-Blouin will campaign for Parti Quebecois
Election speculation continues
Quebec seems headed for an election. Retiring cabinet ministers are making their exit and Premier Jean Charest has returned from vacation looking ready to rumble. But the date is up
Paul Wells on why he doesn’t expect a federal election until 2012
Three days ago, Blair Robertson posted a video to YouTube with his predictions for the next few months of political events in Canada. Among his prognostications: that a fall election
This analysis seems entirely reasonable. Or at least as reasonable as any other analysis you’re likely to read or hear on the subject in the weeks to come.
Gilles Duceppe double dog dares Michael Ignatieff to bring down the Conservatives in a speech to the BQ’s youth wing in Quebec City:
“We’re going to get this report on
Today’s edition of Le Devoir has what it bills as an “exclusive interview” with Michael Ignatieff in which the Liberal leader waxes politic about everything from the coalition to the
The gamesmanship is certainly picking up in the National Assembly. Earlier this week, a furious Charest denounced the PQ and the ADQ for sandbagging his pick for the Speaker and
A federal election looms ever closer after Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion told Prime Minister Stephen Harper he’s too busy to meet for two weeks, a delay a government official
Oooh these next few weeks are going to be SO exciting.
We have all just received a news release from the Bloc Québécois (official slogan: “It’s Taking a While. Stop
Elsewhere on this site you will find commentators shrugging indifferently at, if not actually cheering on the Tories for their casual subversion of their own fixed-election-dates law. As usual, I
… has snared another victim.
That’s not to say that he’s wrong, of course. In fact, he’s probably right, if only because he has managed thus far to stay clear