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Did I Do That?

Liberal Justin Trudeau says negative comments he made about Alberta two years ago may have "hindered a little bit" his party's chances in the Calgary Centre byelection. But in an interview on CBC Rad...
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Is She There Because Of Vote-Splitting?

CALGARY - Harvey Locke was hoping to do something that a federal Liberal hasn't accomplished in 44 years — give his party a Calgary seat in the House of Commons.It was 1968 when Calgary last elected a...
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All Eyes On Calgary Centre

Byelections can be attention-getting because they're seen as bellwethers, or can be humdrum affairs with low voter turnout because they can't generate the excitement of electing a new government. Of...
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Big Guns Fight For Calgary Centre

Some political star power in the city as campaigning for the byelection in Calgary Centre ramped up. Both NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal interim leader Bob Rae are in town to support their party'...
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Things Heating Up In Calgary Centre

With a federal byelection two weeks away, Calgary Centre candidates are scrambling to capture the attention of voters. Mudslinging and expected visits from Members of Parliament are signs that the ra...
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Calgary Centre By-Election: Are Progressive Conservatives Flocking To The Liberals?

There's a split in Calgary in the conservatives. And it's about principles. Calgary Herald: "Pat Moore says she doesn't like the way the Conservative nomination was controlled from Ottawa, on short notice. And she doesn't think Crockatt Is a good candidate." And these progressive-conservatives are supporting Harvey Locke -- because of his progressive values, his ardent support of a vision that has being fiscally prudent, socially progressive, and environmentally soundness at home and abroad at the forefront. It's about these fundamental set of values that are drawing in a wide coalition of folks from the left or the right, many non-traditional voters for the Liberals to vote for the Liberals.