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Upcoming Political Anniversaries

Mr. Scott Reid Mr. Scott Reid
Elected: Mon 27th Nov 2000
Fed.
Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington
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Elected: Mon 27th Nov 2000
Fed.
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Commentary

Our thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics affecting your business.

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Mon 6th Feb 2017

Eye on Queens Park

Peter Seemann
By Peter Seemann While the next scheduled election in Ontario isn’t until June 2018, the campaign drums on all sides are beginning to sound. One consequence of fixed election dates is that everyone involved, from political parties to the pundits who cover them, start counting the days to (More)
Sun 5th Feb 2017

View from the Hill

Francesca Iacurto
By Francesca Iacurto- Associate Consultant, Ottawa The buzz in Ottawa these days can be summed up in one word:  Trump.  Trump.  And more Trump.  The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has definitely caused the federal government to take notice and swing (More)
Sun 5th Feb 2017

Polling 101 - How to do it correctly

Adrian Macaulay
By Adrian Macaulay, Polling Specialist, MA Political pollsters put a great deal of effort in designing questions that explore the opinions people have towards a particular topic or issue, and what behaviours those people are likely to exhibit. However, the most important question a pollster needs (More)
Wed 21st Sep 2016

Economy top priority as Parliament resumes

Chris Gray - Sr. Consultant, Ottawa
Economy top priority as Parliament resumes
Economy top priority as Parliament resumes By Chris Gray - Sr. Consultant, Ottawa Ottawa - The rubber will hit the road this fall in our nation's capital as the Liberals, who continue to poll strongly among Canadians with a 48% approval rating, will need to start making decisions on key (More)
Wed 21st Sep 2016

Early Winds of Change in Queens Park?

Peter Seemann
Early Winds of Change in Queens Park?
Early Winds of Change in Queens Park? By  Peter Seemann - Sr. Consultant, Toronto While the long warm summer of 2016 continues into the early days of autumn, there is undoubtedly some winds of change blowing in the corridors at Queens Park. While the legislature has returned, normal (More)
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