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Blog
Apr 30, 2012
Liberal noise-makers. Photo: Reever TO/Flickr

Liberals and the 'strategic voting' political drug

Brian Topp
For many years, Liberals have been eager advocates of "strategic voting" -- the idea that it makes sense to vote for a party you don't support in order to avoid the election of another party.
Columnists
Apr 24, 2012

Europe counts in French elections

France, which for decades has been split between left and right, with Presidential elections being decided 51 to 49 per cent on that basis, now is also splitting over attitudes towards Europe.
Columnists
Apr 2, 2012

Empowering Elections Canada

A lot has been written about the "robocall" scandal in the last few weeks. In addition to calling for a public inquiry, opposition parties have demanded expanding the powers of Elections Canada.
News
Mar 29, 2012
Photo: LC Photography Lester Chung/Flickr

Pro Bono: Empowering Elections Canada

Paula Boutis
A lot has been written about the "robocall" scandal in the last few weeks. In addition to calling for a public inquiry, opposition parties have demanded expanding the powers of Elections Canada.
Podcast
Mar 28, 2012
Redeye

Civic election financing

Redeye
One of Vancouver's major political parties got two-thirds of its money from corporations and developers. The other big civic party got almost a million from one single developer.
Blog
Nov 15, 2011

The politics of potash

Erin Weir
Advocates of low potash royalties are claiming that New Democrats fared poorly in Saskatchewan's recent election because they proposed higher potash royalties.

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