With 4 party leaders, Elizabeth May, Thomas Mulcair, Justin Trudeau, and Prime Mnister Stephen Harper, squared off on August 6, the first debate since the start of the election, there was never a moment of bore. Continue reading
Leaders and party launch
The writ was dropped on August 2, but the ads had already begun to rise high. The Conservatives have released ads attacking Justin Trudeau. With the same theme, a hiring team sitting in a board room overlooking Thomas Mulcair’s qualifications and playing to his monetary actions cited to CBC and The Globe and Mail, the Conservatives are playing to Canadian confidence in the leader of the economy, the Conservatives are launching attacks against Mulcair. They’ve also entered social media, searching for volunteers through Facebook
Politicians, walking the walk, talking the talk (and Tweeting the Tweets)
October 2011: Ontario’s last provincial election; federal slightly earlier (May 2011). So now Ontario is scheduled to hit the polls twice again in 2015 within 3 weeks (October 1 provincially, October 19 nationally), after recovering from election fever set to end with municipal votes on October 27, 2014. But campaigning has already begun (2 Ontario by-elections; February 13, 2014); could it predict the future?