Week 3 in Review
Week 1 in Review
Week 2 in Review
On the Net: Rob Silver on unnamed Liberal sources. James Bow on culture. Maestro analyzes the music being used in election commercials. Christopher Holcroft's blog.
Stock Market: CPC 145, Lib 79, NDP 44, BQ 36, Oth 4. With a Tory majority at 38%.
Election Prediction Project: CPC 118, Lib 72, BQ 29, NDP 22, Oth 2, too close to call 65
Calgary Grit Seat Projections: CPC 155, Lib 78, Bloc 42, NDP 33, Oth 1. With a Tory majority at 52%.
Democratic Space Seat Projections: CPC 142, Lib 80, Bloc 48, NDP 36, Oth 2
Policy Corner: Harper gets tough on 14 year olds, and the Liberals release their full platform as do the NDP.
Sacked Candidate Counter: With another Liberal bitting the dust, it's now: Liberal 3, NDP 3, CPC 2
John McCain Moment: “All the fundamentals of the Canadian economy are good. It’s not the time to do anything new, wild or stupid.”
Alberta Content: Daveberta's Alberta candidate list, and Straight Outta Edmonton profiles Edmonton Centre.
Conservative Battle Cry: "The Liberals will destroy the economy!"
Liberal Battle Cry: "The Conservatives will destroy the economy!"
NDP Battle Cry: "Dude - we totally don't have a deal with the marijuana party...woah man, look at our poll numbers."
Bloc Battle Cry: "The Bloc Quebecois are here to protect Canadian culture!"
In Case You Missed It
Lee Richardson unplugged
Department of Ironic Policy Announcements
Planes, Trains, and Campaigns
Department of Bad Excuses
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