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True Colours

In Criticism, Financial, Politics on September 13, 2011 at 11:08 AM

Canadians know exactly what they are voting for based on the colour of the political party. Blue stands for tax cuts, less government programs, balanced budgets and big business. Red means higher taxes, better social programs and running up the debt to finance it. Orange is there to make red look like blue. Each colour comes with rhetoric. It is the brand of each political party that has been advertised to Canadians for generations.

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Politics in Numbers

In Politics on May 6, 2011 at 12:47 PM

As there is no shortage of opinions on what transpired this past Monday, here is a numerical look at Canada’s 41st General Election using the statistical stylings of the Harper’s index:

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Voting Out of Spite

In Politics on April 30, 2011 at 12:14 PM

When it happened, it probably caught you off-guard too. The Conservative and Liberal ads that were played this past week were oddly out of place. The change was that both parties are spending their final campaign dollars to attack the NDP. While I’m not an expert on running a campaign, I’m pretty sure that by attacking the NDP, or more importantly, acknowledging that the NDP even exists, was a mistake for both parties.

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