Momentum Swinging To Mulcair In Quebec, Poll Suggests

Momentum Swinging To Mulcair In Quebec, Poll Suggests

Eric Grenier  04.30.2014
A new poll suggests the race in Quebec between Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair is a close one, but the momentum may be swinging in the...
Conservatives Rebounding From Darkest Days, Polls Suggest

Conservatives Rebounding From Darkest Days, Polls Suggest

Eric Grenier  04.25.2014
Are the Conservatives in the midst of a rebound from their lowest ebb since first coming to power in 2006? Two recent polls suggest that...
Why 2014 Leadership Races Carry 'Stench' Of Desperation

Why 2014 Leadership Races Carry 'Stench' Of Desperation

Eric Grenier  04.23.2014
Leadership races filled with optimism and hope for the future: 2013. Leadership races carrying the stench of defeat and desperation:...
Here's What Canadians Really Think About The Fair Elections Act

Here's What Canadians Really Think About The Fair Elections Act

Eric Grenier  04.18.2014
Opposition to the Conservative government's proposed Fair Elections Act (Bill C-23) is widespread and growing, according to a new poll...
How Does He Really Rate With Voters?

How Does He Really Rate With Voters?

Éric Grenier   04.12.2014
The latest allegations related to the gas plant scandal in Ontario may have pushed Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives into first place....
A Stinging Rebuke For PQ, Sovereignty Movement

A Stinging Rebuke For PQ, Sovereignty Movement

Eric Grenier  04. 8.2014
Pauline Marois became the fourth consecutive premier to lose his or her own riding Monday, as the Parti Québécois was handed an even...
What Went Wrong?

What Went Wrong?

Eric Grenier  04. 5.2014
When Pauline Marois dissolved her minority government of only 18 months and launched a new election campaign in Quebec just four weeks...
New Twist In Roller-Coaster Campaign?

New Twist In Roller-Coaster Campaign?

Eric Grenier  03.28.2014
The final leaders' debate in Quebec may have simply solidified the opinions of voters as the election day of April 7 approaches. But it...
Polls Suggest Liberals Still Lead, But There's A Catch

Polls Suggest Liberals Still Lead, But There's A Catch

Eric Grenier  03.25.2014
According to the latest federal polls from Angus Reid and CROP, national voting intentions remain stable — even in Quebec, where the...
A Genuine Dislike Between These Two Is Now Obvious

A Genuine Dislike Between These Two Is Now Obvious

Eric Grenier  03.21.2014
Each of the four leaders participating in the first debate of the Quebec provincial election Thursday night had clear objectives. The...
A Tasty Appetizer To October's Main Event

A Tasty Appetizer To October's Main Event

Eric Grenier  03.15.2014
With Olivia Chow running for the top job in Toronto, her vacant riding of Trinity-Spadina is setting up to be a hotly contested byelection...
Why His Candidacy Is A Turning Point

Why His Candidacy Is A Turning Point

Eric Grenier  03.10.2014
The first week of the Quebec provincial election campaign goes to Pauline Marois, or rather the Parti Québécois' new star candidate,...
It's Hers To Lose

It's Hers To Lose

Eric Grenier  03. 6.2014
Taking advantage of good polling and the inability to pass legislation through the National Assembly, including the controversial secular...
They'll Probably Have To Work Together

They'll Probably Have To Work Together

Eric Grenier  02.28.2014
Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair will probably have to work together after the next election, whether they like it or not. The NDP leader...