Elizabeth May


“Will voters get the oil sands debate they deserve?” (The Globe and Mail)

Margaret Wente (The Globe and Mail): “The really inconvenient thing about Ms. McQuaig’s opinion is that she’s right. In the short term – say, the next 20 or 30 or 40 years – there is…


National: CPC 31% | NDP 30% | LPC 29% | GPC 5% | BQ 4% (Nanos Research)

Nanos Weekly Ballot Tracking and Accessible Voters for Federal Parties (period ending August 7th, 2015) – Released: August 11, 2015 National: CPC 31% | NDP 30% | LPC 29% | GPC 5% | BQ 4%…


“Fragmented electorate gives edge to parties who take more extreme positions” (The Hill Times)

Greg Lyle (The Hill Times): Canadians are fragmented when it comes to issues. We asked respondents to pick their three most important issues from a list of 15 issues we found in party press releases…


“Greens extend conditional helping hand for potential minority government” (The Vancouver Sun)

Jeff Lee (The Vancouver Sun): Green party Leader Elizabeth May ruled out forming a coalition government with the Liberals or the NDP Monday, but has set four conditions for her party to provide support to…


“Canada election 2015: Where the leaders are Monday” (CBC News)

The Canadian Press: Mulcair is in Toronto today for the launch of a book on his life. (…) Prime Minister Stephen Harper is also in the vote rich Greater Toronto Area today to make an…


“British Columbians say Justin Trudeau won the debate, but they’re still voting NDP” (The Province)

Editor’s note: This is the second poll to come out showing a plurality of people, this time in BC, think Justin Trudeau “won” the debate. The last one was taken in Toronto. I’ve seen no…


“Canada’s buoyant Greens say they don’t favor oil sands shutdown” (Reuters)

Editor’s note: We need to get off oil, no matter how politically unpopular that position may be. David Ljunggren (Reuters): The leader of Canada’s small Green Party (…) said on Friday she does not favor…


“Trudeau seen as strongest candidate by Torontonians in 1st debate: poll” (CP24.com)

Editor’s note: With every one of the leaders claiming victory in the debate, this is the first poll to come out indicating who voters think did best. Paul Johnston (CP24.com): The Forum Research poll of…