NDP And Liberals May Lose Even If They Work Together

NDP And Liberals May Lose Even If They Work Together

Eric Grenier  12.18.2012
A new poll shows the Conservatives remain in the lead in national voting intentions and hints that co-operation between the Liberals and...
It Doesn't Get Much Closer Than This

It Doesn't Get Much Closer Than This

Eric Grenier  12.13.2012
One of the last polls of 2012 shows the NDP close on the heels of the Conservatives as the Harper government approaches the midpoint of...
Very Good Bad News For Trudeau

Very Good Bad News For Trudeau

Eric Grenier  12.11.2012
Another poll emerged over the weekend showing that Justin Trudeau is the front-runner for the Liberal leadership race and could transform...
Atlantic Canada Is Growing Restless

Atlantic Canada Is Growing Restless

Eric Grenier  12. 7.2012
Atlantic Canadians are poised to vote their two first-term governments out of office, a new poll suggests. Nova Scotians are expected...
The Next Premier Of Ontario?

The Next Premier Of Ontario?

Eric Grenier  12. 4.2012
Whether the Ontario Liberal Party decides to go left or right in their upcoming leadership vote could play a big role in determining who...
He Could Win Again (But Not Against Her)

He Could Win Again (But Not Against Her)

Eric Grenier  11.30.2012
By this time next year, both of Canada’s largest cities may be run by former federal politicians — and one much sooner than the other. It...
A Vote Pickpocket

A Vote Pickpocket

Eric Grenier  11.27.2012
A new poll confirms what has been clear for months: Justin Trudeau remains the odds-on favourite, and the choice of Canadians, for the...
Canada's Political Parties Neck-And-Neck

Canada's Political Parties Neck-And-Neck

11.23.2012
Canada’s three major federal parties are splitting national support almost evenly among them, according to two polls released this week. ...
Byelection Battles Turn A Shade Of Green

Byelection Battles Turn A Shade Of Green

Eric Grenier  11.20.2012
Voters in three ridings in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario will be going to the polls on Monday in what were supposed to be three...
Gen Y Favours 1 Party Above All Others

Gen Y Favours 1 Party Above All Others

Eric Grenier  11.19.2012
While opinion in the country as a whole is divided among the three major political parties, millennials have a clear preference for the...
Is Support For Harper Melting Away?

Is Support For Harper Melting Away?

Eric Grenier  11. 1.2012
A new poll shows Canadians are split three-ways on who they would vote for if an election were held today, with no more than five points...
Separatist Stunt? Forget About It

Separatist Stunt? Forget About It

Eric Grenier  10.30.2012
Mischief might be the primary goal of the Bloc Québécois's attempt to abolish the Clarity Act, but it should not prove as difficult for...
The Trudeau Effect Is Strong In Quebec

The Trudeau Effect Is Strong In Quebec

Eric Grenier  10.26.2012
The New Democrats remain the top choice of Quebecers, with almost double the support of their nearest rival in the province according to...
Forget The Hair, We Like Other Things About Him Too

Forget The Hair, We Like Other Things About Him Too

Eric Grenier  10.24.2012
Though he isn’t the leader most trusted to handle certain issues, Justin Trudeau does represent a serious threat to Thomas Mulcair as...