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Canadian Federal Election 44 - Sep 2021

Halifax Tar

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Before you click the link let's play a game. Do you think this is from 2015, or 2021?

Justin Trudeau says he is open to replacing first-past-the-post electoral system if Liberals elected​

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I voted Lib in the hopes of electoral reform in 2015.

Won't get me a second time.
 

daftandbarmy

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I voted Lib in the hopes of electoral reform in 2015.

Won't get me a second time.
the best of prison break GIF
 

OldSolduer

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The Great Reset sounds a lot like The Great Leap Forward.

Justin did say he admired China’s dictatorship. And people still believe in this pretend PM
 

daftandbarmy

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Too close to call...


Liberals, Conservatives neck-and-neck on eve of 2021 Canada election, poll finds​


On Monday morning, millions of Canadians will begin flocking to their nearest polling station to cast their votes.
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But with hours left before Election Day, a new poll finds Liberals and Conservatives locked in a dead heat with the latter inching ahead by just one per cent in the national popular vote.

An Ipsos poll of 2,359 Canadians conducted exclusively for Global News showed Conservatives on track to garner 32 per cent of the popular vote, while Liberals went down a

 

MilEME09

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Weird, I Thought Hillier wanted nothing to do with politics, wonder what changed his mind, he may be popular among many CAF circles but I doubt his endorsement carries much weight any where else
 

Oldgateboatdriver

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Too close to call...


Liberals, Conservatives neck-and-neck on eve of 2021 Canada election, poll finds​


On Monday morning, millions of Canadians will begin flocking to their nearest polling station to cast their votes.
70c8fc80

But with hours left before Election Day, a new poll finds Liberals and Conservatives locked in a dead heat with the latter inching ahead by just one per cent in the national popular vote.

An Ipsos poll of 2,359 Canadians conducted exclusively for Global News showed Conservatives on track to garner 32 per cent of the popular vote, while Liberals went down a



Neck-and-neck races are usually won by a nose on photo finish ... so to determine who the winner will be, all you have to do is figure out who the biggest liar is.
 

brihard

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I voted Lib in the hopes of electoral reform in 2015.

Won't get me a second time.

I voted Liberal in 2015 and that was part of my reasoning as well. I was not impressed when he backtracked.

Too close to call...


Liberals, Conservatives neck-and-neck on eve of 2021 Canada election, poll finds​


On Monday morning, millions of Canadians will begin flocking to their nearest polling station to cast their votes.
70c8fc80

But with hours left before Election Day, a new poll finds Liberals and Conservatives locked in a dead heat with the latter inching ahead by just one per cent in the national popular vote.

An Ipsos poll of 2,359 Canadians conducted exclusively for Global News showed Conservatives on track to garner 32 per cent of the popular vote, while Liberals went down a

I'm skeptical. The Conservative vote has historically been very inefficiently and heavily weighted to the prairies. A neck and neck popular vote typically works out in favour of the LPC.

338canada.com currently has them damned close on popular vote, but with a considerable seat advantage to the LPC. Hopefully the polling is off.
 

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Liberals, Conservatives neck-and-neck on eve of 2021 Canada election, poll finds​


Pollsters must be working overtime. I've occasionally participated in telephone polls. One probably ends up on a list of those who will generally cooperate so there may be a tendency to get called more often, however the frequency has jumped during this election. Since Friday I've been called seven times with robo-polls, three of those times were today - not all the same polling firm and while there were questions about tomorrow's federal election some of the polls did touch on provincial government performance and the upcoming municipal election.
 

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It's worth remembering that 50% of the Canadian population lives in a roughly 200km wide band that runs from Montreal to Hamilton. The election is won or lost there. The Conservatives trail the Liberals by 5% in the most seat rich part of that band.
 

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So I've done my patriotic chore and voted. I did this solely because I feel its not right to bitch about how stupid politicians are unless you have voted. The choices in my riding were dismal although the CPC support here is so strong that a dead monkey would win for them.

While I've believed ever since the writ was dropped that this election was nothing more or less than a vanity project for the dumbest Trudeau put on earth and that calling an election in the middle of a pandemic was proof positive that he is the dumbest, I didn't realize the true extent of the stupidity until I actually got to the polls.

Ours was in a community centre where all the different polls had to funnel through a small entry room were we were all held up until our poll was free. We were then funneled through a narrow doorway where you were checked off and recorded for contact tracing (my guess is there will be a lot of calls in a week or two) and then sent to our respective polls to again wait in line. All the spaces set out were more like 4 feet rather than 6 feet apart and we were crowded like sardines. Yes there were hand sanitizers and everyone was masked but the mingling was far tighter than anywhere else I've been in the last year and, of course, no one checked for symptoms of infection or vaccination because ... voting is a right ... and why would we set up a special place for the symptomatic or unvaccinated?

Why anyone in Ottawa thought it would be a good idea in the middle of a new wave of a highly contagious variant to funnel all of the population of Canada through restricted places absolutely boggles the mind. And that's before you even consider the $600 million wasted on this boondoggle.

I really do hope someone sends a message to those dumbasses. Looking forward to tonight.

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daftandbarmy

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It's worth remembering that 50% of the Canadian population lives in a roughly 200km wide band that runs from Montreal to Hamilton. The election is won or lost there. The Conservatives trail the Liberals by 5% in the most seat rich part of that band.

And only about 50% of those who can vote do so.
 

FSTO

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So I've done my patriotic chore and voted. I did this solely because I feel its not right to bitch about how stupid politicians are unless you have voted. The choices in my riding were dismal although the CPC support here is so strong that a dead monkey would win for them.

While I've believed ever since the writ was dropped that this election was nothing more or less than a vanity project for the dumbest Trudeau put on earth and that calling an election in the middle of a pandemic was proof positive that he is the dumbest, I didn't realize the true extent of the stupidity until I actually got to the polls.

Ours was in a community centre where all the different polls had to funnel through a small entry room were we were all held up until our poll was free. We were then funneled through a narrow doorway where you were checked off and recorded for contact tracing (my guess is there will be a lot of calls in a week or two) and then sent to our respective polls to again wait in line. All the spaces set out were more like 4 feet rather than 6 feet apart and we were crowded like sardines. Yes there were hand sanitizers and everyone was masked but the mingling was far tighter than anywhere else I've been in the last year and, of course, no one checked for symptoms of infection or vaccination because ... voting is a right ... and why would we set up a special place for the symptomatic or unvaccinated?

Why anyone in Ottawa thought it would be a good idea in the middle of a new wave of a highly contagious variant to funnel all of the population of Canada through restricted places absolutely boggles the mind. And that's before you even consider the $600 million wasted on this boondoggle.

I really do hope someone sends a message to those dumbasses. Looking forward to tonight.

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Where did you vote? As in what city?
 
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