Sunday, January 20, 2019

Tag: election

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...

New faces take over in B.C.

With so many incumbent mayors choosing not to run, the British Columbia municipal election was bound to bring some new faces to leadership positions...

Infrastructure takes centre stage in Ontario

Municipal election night in Ontario saw races throughout the province fought over future investments in community infrastructure. Most of province’s largest cities, including Toronto,...

New faces take over in B.C.

With so many incumbent mayors choosing not to run, the British Columbia municipal election was bound to bring some new faces to leadership positions...

CAQ captures majority in Quebec election

The Liberal dominance in Quebec has come to a crashing halt, after the Coalition Avenir Quebec secured a majority government in the October 1st...

Five Days in October

It’s rare to see three important elections fall within such a short timespan, but that’s exactly what we will see when the second half...

The Quebec Moment

There was a time when elections meant the knives were drawn as commitments of incumbent government were not so much dissected, but hacked up...

TRBoT releases recommendations for regional transit

With the release of its second playbook in its Agenda for Growth series, Toronto Region Board of Trade (the Board) and regional stakeholders are...

Nenshi, Iveson return to office in Alberta

The mayors of Alberta’s two largest cities have been returned to office after the voters made their preferences known in the Alberta’s municipal election. In...

Historic minority government result in B.C.

In a campaign that painted three different pictures of the future of infrastructure in the province, voters in British Columbia were divided in its...
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