Friday, December 01, 2006

The Race for Stornoway





Montreal Updates, Posts, and News
A collection of blog posts (mine and any others which catch my eye) and news stories from the convention - to be updated as things progress.


Convention Blogroll!
A BCer in Toronto
A View From the Left
Cerberus
Cherniak on Politics
Endless Spin
Fuddle Duddle
James Curran
Gauntlet.ca
NB Politico
Nottawa
Northern Ontario Young Liberal
Political Staples (evil Tory spy alert!)
Prairie Fire
Progressive Bloggers
Stephen Taylor (evil Tory spy alert!)
U of O Liberals
UWHabs
Western Grit


Other Montreal Resources
CG Endorsement for Marie Poulin
Bobbi Ethier Interviews - CG, Gauntlet
Senator Poulin Interviews - CG, Gauntlet
Tony Ianno Interviews - Gauntlet
Gauntlet Policy Roundup: Read them, international, economic, social justice, and all the rest
In Support of the Red Ribbon Report


Candidate Profiles
Final Thoughts on the Final Four - Bottom candidates, Dion, Kennedy, Rae, Ignatieff

Gerard Kennedy Endorsement and my Super Weekend endorsement
Stephane Dion
Maurizio Bevilacqua
Ken Dryden
Bob Rae
Scott Brison
Michael Ignatieff
Martha Hall Findlay
Carolyn Bennett
Hedy Fry
Joe Volpe

Globe & Mail Candidate Profiles
CBC Candidate Profiles

Michael Ignatieff in 14,000 words or less
The Globe on Dion
The Globe on Brison
The Globe on Rae
The Globe on Martha
The Globe on Kennedy
The Globe on Volpe
The Globe on Dryden
Diebel on Dryden
Diebel on Kennedy

Diebel on Iggy


Candidate Websites
Scott Brison
Stephane Dion
Ken Dryden
Martha Hall Findlay
Michael Ignatieff
Gerard Kennedy
Bob Rae
Joe Volpe


Blogs & Buzz
Lib News
Cerebus Leadership Central
Blue Blogging Website Reviews
Delegate Count


Conventions & Debates
A BCer in Toronto Recaps the LPCO Convention (links to other blog recaps)
CG Recaps the LPCA Convention
First Debate Thoughts
Wells on the First Debate
Second Debate Thoughts
Political Staples on Kitchener Forum

BC Debate Recap
Quebec City Debate Recap



Interviews
A View of Two Interviews Martha Hall Findlay
CG Interviews Michael Ignatieff
CG Interviews Ken Dryden
CG Interviews Scott Brison
CG Interviews Maurizio Bevilacqua
Cherniak Interviews Scott Brison

Cherniak Interviews Maurizio Bevilacqua
CG Interview Martha Hall Findlay
Political Staples Interviews Stephane Dion
CG Interviews Dion - part 1, part 2, part 3
Maple Tree Interviews Martha Hall Findlay
CG Interview Gerard Kennedy - part 1, part 2
CG Interview Bob


Endorsements
Cerebus' Blogger Endorsements
Wikipedia Endorsements
Caucus Endorsements
Delegate Count


Gerard Kennedy News & Articles (As I am, after all, partisan)
Gerard Kennedy Newsdesk
Charismatic and Complicated
Kennedy's Apprenticeship
Young MPs Set to Back Kennedy
DemocraticSpace Endorsement
Kennedy Speaks on Immigration
Review of Immigration Platform
Edmonton Journal Profile
Madeleine Meilleur Endorsement
Kennedy Releases Immigration Platform
Provincial MPPs throw support behind Kennedy
Kennedy on Everyone's Radar Screen
Kennedy and Brison debate on QP
Kennedy on Afghanistan
Kennedy Closing Remarks from BC debate
5 Liberal MLAs endorse Kennedy
Trudeau on Kennedy
Trudeau endorses Kennedy


Candidates Blogging
Ignatieff Community blogs
Gerard Kennedy Group Blog


First Ballot Projections
Original Post
First Update
Second Update
Third Update

Spreadsheet


Fun Stuff
Youth for Volpe
Generation Kennedy
Iggynation
DiONline

19 Comments:

  • By Blogger Cerberus, at 10:37 PM  

  • Brilliant idea!

    Wee bit of a streatch, no?

    By Blogger Lord Omar, at 8:56 AM  

  • I thought the orange "grit" was sort of your subtle hint that the NDP and Liberals should unite as a moderate centre left party under Kennedy?

    By Blogger polarslam, at 2:43 PM  

  • Do you know you say nearly the same thing of Bob Rae and Stephane Dion in their respective 'Pros' sections? Of Dion, you say "Pros: More experience in the federal government than the rest of the field put together"; of Rae, you say "More experience in politics than the rest of the field combined". Now, 'federal government' is a subset of 'politics', so, logically, Rae cannot have more experience in politics than Dion if Dion has more experience in federal government than Rae, much less 'the reset of the field combined'.

    By Blogger admin, at 3:00 PM  

  • admin; Hmm...We'll it's hypothetically possible for both statements to be true. Dion's got more experience in a federal Cabinet than everyone (although guys like Maurizio and Volpe have been around longer). But Rae's been around in politics for ever and ever, going back to the 70s...just not in federal politics.

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 4:29 PM  

  • But Rae's been around in politics for ever and ever, going back to the 70s...just not in federal politics.

    Funny, I was under the impression that he spent at least the first decade of his career as an MP.

    By Blogger Josh Gould, at 5:19 PM  

  • Funny, I was under the impression that he spent at least the first decade of his career as an MP.

    Actually from 78 to 82, he helped bring down the Clark government. But he was in opposition (with the NDP), not in government.

    By Blogger A BCer in Toronto, at 6:02 PM  

  • Darling, I don't at all mind that to my, and presumably some others', eye it appears that graphic prominence is given to a select few stacked vertically on the sidebar, with others couched in the bottom like the secondary stars blazoned on the bottom of a 1970s disaster flick, or Superman sequel. In fact, I think it's a good - if unintentional - idea.

    But why on earth is Joe Volpe in that vertical stack, and not Scott Brison? Or, dare I hope, Martha Who Who.

    Other than that quibble, I think it's a wonderful graphic, and I do love your quite witty, "Race For Stornaway" idea!

    xoLois

    By Blogger Lois, at 9:08 PM  

  • Bob Rae was an MP?!

    Goodness, the things I learn here! I had no idea at all.

    By Blogger Lois, at 9:10 PM  

  • Yeah, Rae was an MP before entering federal politics.

    I pretty much picked people at random for their placing. All the pics should be roughly the same size.

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 9:15 PM  

  • The pictures are all, as far as I can tell, the precise same size. But the lines of the photos that border onto the main graphic are smaller if the top of the photo, and larger - and more prominent - if the the side of the photo.

    Oh, I'm trying to be funny about Mr. Volpe! I wasn't trying to be a pain.

    I just thought it was funny that the slightly-more prominent photos were of Dion, Ignatieff, Rae, Kennedy, and.... Volpe, whereas I'd anticipate finding Brison there. (Or, cross my fingers, Martha Who-Who!)

    Sorry to be a pest, pet - an ill-advised attempt at a Joe Volpe joke, which I meant for you to appreciate.

    I really should not kid, I fear!

    By Blogger Lois, at 9:43 PM  

  • How come no profile on Hedy Fry? Thought she was one of the top three at the ONtario speeches. Reckon she deserves equal consideration as the others.

    By Blogger jane, at 3:32 AM  

  • Hedy will get hers too...

    She was late into the race so I haven't gotten around to it yet.

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 9:49 PM  

  • We provide bridgend cleaning services, bridgend cleaning Darr

    By Blogger niall, at 10:02 AM  

  • Hey Bart,

    you can add me and my blog to your list - I'll be in bagel and smoked meat heaven in less than 24 hours!

    G

    By Blogger Gavin Magrath, at 2:37 PM  

  • Sorry, I should have said - Hey DAN, you can add me to your list!!

    G

    PS - I also changed my name recently, but no one cares so i didn't mention it. FYI "Neil" is my middle name.

    By Blogger Gavin Magrath, at 11:56 AM  

  • You missed our Tewksbury Youtube!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxR8f_OOhwQ

    By Blogger kate, at 9:37 PM  

  • Doubt you'll see this comment, but:

    The Martha Hall Findlay bio link lacks an article. Would be nice to hear a bit more about her.

    By Blogger The Internationalist, at 10:52 PM  

  • realy a nice blog thanks for sharing

    By Anonymous Data recovery software, at 3:24 AM  

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