Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Tag: election

Infrastructure and the Federal Election

We are just a few days into the throes of the election campaign, and already infrastructure is having an early impact in the national...

PCs, Pallister secure majority in Manitoba

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister took a gamble, calling for a provincial election three years into his mandate instead of four. And the gamble paid...

The Next Government

In the past decade, Canada has seen record investment in infrastructure from the federal government. But despite annual commitments of billions of dollars from both...

Liberals capture minority in Newfoundland-Labrador

By the slimmest of margins, Liberal leader Dwight Ball is likely returning to power in Newfoundland and Labrador. We say likely, because as the polls...

PEI elects first minority government

It was expected to be a tight race, as three parties showed strong support throughout the campaign. And the result mirrored that support. For...

Kenney sweeps to victory in Alberta election

Former federal cabinet minister Jason Kenney has been successful in his campaign to oust the New Democratic Party (NDP) in Alberta after just one...

NDP, UCP release election platforms

The governing New Democratic Party (NDP) and the challenging United Conservative Party (UCP) have released their platforms ahead of the April 16th election, providing...

AUMA calls for equitable infrastructure funding

The president of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) is calling on parties in the provincial election to provide equitable infrastructure funding. With the provincial...

Battleground Canada

The posturing and politicking has already begun in the run up to two significant elections taking place in 2019. And both will have a...

Manitoba voters call for increased infrastructure spending

Infrastructure had a significant impact on the election campaign in Manitoba, as voters continue to encourage its leaders to increase spending to shrink a...
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