Former SLC Students Vote Change and Talk Ontario Election Politics with Emily Hutcheon 052318

Ford and Wynne the race for Toronto

Toronto Ontario- Only a few more weeks until the election and people are buzzing about the Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath, and Kathleen Wynne battle. Who will win? Everyone is wondering. I asked a few of my former SLC comrades to share who they think or want to win.   Jay is a current resident of Brampton… Continue reading Former SLC Students Vote Change and Talk Ontario Election Politics with Emily Hutcheon 052318

View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Green About Strategic Voting – AUG 23, 2015

According to media reports, which first appeared on the 20th, the Green Party’s anticipated candidate in Peterborough-Kawartha plans to ask his supporters to vote for the NDP. Both the Globe and Mail and HuffPostCanada indicate that all of this is supposed to happen once it is too late to take the candidate’s name off of… Continue reading View From the Hill by Keith Beardsley – Green About Strategic Voting – AUG 23, 2015

Why Stephen Harper Will Have Another Majority & Where Justin Trudeau Failed by Jamie Gilcig JULY 19, 2015

You can save that headline and throw it my face in October or I may move up in the political pundit rankings here in Canada. Do I know something some other Canadians don’t?  Am I psychic?  Do I have special powers? When you mix an education at the foot of a political spell caster like… Continue reading Why Stephen Harper Will Have Another Majority & Where Justin Trudeau Failed by Jamie Gilcig JULY 19, 2015

Justin Trudeau Under the Magnifying Glass As 2015 Approaches by Jamie Gilcig – NOV 10, 2014

CFN – Stephen Harper always complained about the media being so far on the left and favoring the Liberals; but during his years in office there has been a natural sway; chiefly because of the Benjamins. Media is of course controlled by money.  Write or say the wrong thing and you the next thing you… Continue reading Justin Trudeau Under the Magnifying Glass As 2015 Approaches by Jamie Gilcig – NOV 10, 2014

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