Will Debate Victory Lead To Election Victory?

Will Debate Victory Lead To Election Victory?

Éric Grenier  06. 7.2014
Could the last week of the Ontario provincial election campaign decide the outcome? It’s been difficult for polls to gauge the exact...
Why The Debate Is Unlikely To Have Changed Much

Why The Debate Is Unlikely To Have Changed Much

Eric Grenier  06. 4.2014
The participants were well-behaved, the moderating by Steve Paikin was subtle and effective, and the debate itself rather substantive —...
Pollsters Don't Ask About Abortion Stance, Still Conclude It Hurt Him

Pollsters Don't Ask About Abortion Stance, Still Conclude It Hurt Him

Eric Grenier  05.28.2014
The latest federal poll to hit the newsstands seems to suggest that Justin Trudeau's pro-choice stance has hurt the party, or so says Forum...
Why Hudak May Have Played His Hand Too Early

Why Hudak May Have Played His Hand Too Early

Eric Grenier  05.24.2014
As the incumbent government, Kathleen Wynne's Liberals have an intrinsic advantage in the ongoing provincial election campaign in Ontario...
Key Ontario Ridings To Watch

Key Ontario Ridings To Watch

Eric Grenier  05.20.2014
As polls in the Ontario provincial election have yet to form a consensus on the state of the race, contests in a few ridings are worth...
Wynne's Leading But There's A Catch, Poll Suggests

Wynne's Leading But There's A Catch, Poll Suggests

Eric Grenier  05.17.2014
Polling in the Ontario election has been a little less than clear. Some polls show a comfortable lead for Tim Hudak's Progressive Conservatives....
Why Trudeau's Pro-Choice Pledge Won't Cost Him

Why Trudeau's Pro-Choice Pledge Won't Cost Him

Eric Grenier  05. 8.2014
Justin Trudeau's decree that all future candidates wanting to run as part of his team must be prepared to vote pro-choice in the House...
Wynne's Big Gamble

Wynne's Big Gamble

Eric Grenier  05. 6.2014
Kathleen Wynne's Liberals took a calculated risk with last week's Ontario budget. By veering sharply to the left, the party hoped they...
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...