Monday, July 6, 2020

Tag: election

Manitoba voters call for increased infrastructure spending

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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.

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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

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

Historic minority government result in B.C.

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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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