I believe I have come up with a solution for how to get each party represented in Parliament without adding new steps to a citizen’s electoral process, and even without the need for additional stumping on the campaign trail. If you read this and have actually come across the same, or similar, idea before please … Read more Effect Senate Reform via Elections
Since the current federal election campaign began, and the CBC, University of Toronto & Université de Montréal unveiled their Vote Compass tool, more than ever before I’ve noticed just how partisan people can get when you’re not even talking about policies. Though the Liberals seem to be taking a bit of support from the NDP … Read more Why Ideology Generates Bad Policy
This Federal election, it’s easier than ever to keep track of what candidates are doing and saying. At least, it should be. Yesterday I showed you how to keep track of the candidates in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex. Today, as promised, we’re going to be looking at the candidates running in Elgin-Middlesex-London. Joe Preston – Conservative Party Candidate … Read more Keeping Track of the Candidates (EML)
This Federal election, it’s easier than ever to keep track of what candidates are doing and saying. At least, it should be. Here in the riding of Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, a mostly rural riding, it’s actually quite difficult to keep track of most of the candidates electronically. Of course you can purchase the Middlesex Banner or Strathroy … Read more Keeping Track of the Candidates (LKM)
Heading into Canadian federal election number 41, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada wants you to believe that they are on your side, that they are standing up for families, that they know the way forward, etc. I beg to differ. I have personally attempted to contact my MP for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, … Read more Re-elect Bev Shipley? No thanks.