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Liberal Minority in the 43rd Canadian General Election

On October 21st, 2019 the 43rd Federal election was held in Canada.  The result was a victory for the Liberal Party under Justin Trudeau, who received enough support to gain a minority Government, despite having a majority in the last … Continue reading

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2015: In Review

As we approach the New Year, I’d like to reflect on some of the events that have occurred over the past year. January Canada celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of its first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald.

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Canada’s 42nd Federal General Election

On Monday October 19th, 2015, the Dominion of Canada conducted its 42nd Federal General Election in the history of the Dominion. The election saw an increase in the number of Members of Parliament (MPs) being elected – 338 members, up … Continue reading

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Reforming the Senate

About 10 months ago, I wrote about whether or not Canada needs a Senate.  I supported having a Senate, and I still do. With the recent suspensions of three Senators, as well as the announcement that Liberal Party leader Justin … Continue reading

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