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[NEWS] #cdnpoli and #elxn41 items from across Canada: BC, Alberta, Québec, PEI

  • The affordability of rent was an election issue in British Columbia. CBC reports.
  • Philippe Fournier notes at Maclean’s that the sheer solidity of the Conservative vote in Alberta means that province will not get that much attention.
  • The Bloc Québécois has good reason to be exacerbating the clash between Québec and Alberta in the federal campaign. The National Post reports.
  • CBC reports on the growing unpopularity of the Liberals in Québec outside of Montréal, here.
  • That the Liberals had a campaign song that was initially translated very badly into French is a big gaffe. CTV News reports.
  • Philippe Fournier at Maclean’s noted the legendary volatility of Québec politics, here.
  • Will the Orange Line extension in Montréal be guaranteed funding, no matter who gets elected? CBC reports.
  • The fate of NDP Berthier-Maskonge MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau, elected in the 2011 Orange Wave, may determine the fate of the NDP in Québec. CTV News reports.
  • Atlantic Canada is likely to see substantial losses for the Liberals, as reported here.
  • Stu Neatby reports that advance poll turnout on PEI rose by 13% compared to 2015.
  • Will the PEI riding of Egmont go Conservative? CBC considers.
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