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Look, the clear difference here is that I'm Not a fan of the corporatocracy type of government that Harper is gleefully tying us to.

Unlike many of you money worshippers, I reckon there are much more important things that our government should be looking after, and clearly, it is not.

Harper's style of "leadership" is a cruel joke. ....in fact, when given the so obvious contrast with how honest and forthright he presented himself to be during his earlier campaigning, it's a wonder ANY Canadian can look him in the eye without wanting to spit.

His record all speaks for itself, he's been a disaster for Canada internationally, and a horror show for Canadians at home.

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Here is a link to a lengthy report from (yes the CBC) on how Canada is viewed by the rest of the world.

Canadians are often curious about how others see them, so, for Canada Day, with the help of the International Council for Canadian Studies, CBC News reached out to the 7,000 or so academics outside Canada who teach courses about Canada.

They call themselves Canadianists, and we wanted to know what their students are being taught about Canada and what their perceptions are about Canada's place in the world.

Here's what 15 of them had to say. Some may be surprised at how we are viewed.....

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/how-canada-is-perceived-around-the-world-1.3132343

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Former CPAIR, thank you for posting the article.

Given the timing, the results (July, 2015), may be selective, as always, depending upon who plays the tune, but I suspect that the same results would obtain in any formal research.

To me there were no surprises in the comments. I would be more interested in discussing the comments with someone who was surprised.

I thought the comments were perceptive and also refreshing because others beyond our borders saw the changes too and had expressed disappoinment.

The remarks were kind, not critical but politely frank, emerging from each according to his or her background and interests.

The one thread that runs through almost all comments is reminiscent of the observations made here by some, (though I recognize not by all), regarding how Canada has changed.

The one observation that captured these thoughts best I think, came from the Netherlands' Irene Salverda, "Nowadays, my friends remark, with surprise, 'Canada has an American president, only interested in the economy and ignorant of anything else, and America has a Canadian president.' "

That's just a (polite), "wow...".

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Here's a line I like from the following article:

Harper doesn’t represent the values my neighbors and I grew up believing in: collective responsibility, generosity, multiculturalism, multilateralism, the championing of peace and human rights and the importance of environmental stewardship.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/oct/12/stephen-harper-last-remnant-george-w-bush-north-america

...And for whoever it was that water a list of things I wasn't happy with the Harper government for...? I found a pretty good list, though it isn't complete, it comes from http://scienceblogs.com/confessions/2013/05/20/the-canadian-war-on-science-a-long-unexaggerated-devastating-chronological-indictment/:

This is a brief chronology of the current Conservative Canadian government’s long campaign to undermine evidence-based scientific, environmental and technical decision-making. It is a government that is beholden to big business, particularly big oil, and that makes every attempt to shape public policy to that end. It is a government that fundamentally doesn’t believe in science. It is a government that is more interested in keeping its corporate masters happy than in protecting the environment.

As is occasionally my habit, I have pulled together a chronology of sorts. It is a chronology of all the various cuts, insults, muzzlings and cancellations that I’ve been able to dig up. Each of them represents a single shot in the Canadian Conservative war on science. It should be noted that not every item in this chronology, if taken in isolation, is necessarily the end of the world. It’s the accumulated evidence that is so damning.

Most of the items come from various links I’ve saved over the years as well as various other media articles I’ve dug up over the last week or so. This series at The Huffington Post has been particularly useful as has this article at the Wastershed Sentinal.

A long list of various environmental programs that the Harper government has discontinued or slashed funding to is here. I haven’t found individual media stories about all of them, so they aren’t in the list below. If you can help me find stories about some of those programs, etc, please let me know. As well, some stories are treated multiple times, with perhaps an initial story telling the big picture or introducing a large series of cuts and later stories fleshing out details.

Update 2013.05.27: Undated list of science or environmental libraries closed is here: Natural Resources Canada is set to close six of fourteen libraries in 2012-2013, Parks Canada will consolidate 5 libraries into one, Transport, Infrastructure and Communities. Undated list of women’s programs cut since 2006, including many science or health-related, including: Assisted Human Reproduction Canada, Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health

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Mitch, a daunting, remarkable and relevant reference for the present circumstances. Doesn't mean that other politicians and parties might not be subject to a similar-appearing review, but in these references there is a common thread.

To an economist, particularly one who subscribes to Milton Friedman's pinched thinking, (vice Keynes), many of these "initiatives" would take on a positive, almost desirable hue. They certainly have for Canada's Conservatives and their once-Reform Party leader.

However, never the artiste, Mr Harper hoes a different row, the instrumental*, at the great cost of assuming that happiness can be bought, and brought, with wealth and prosperity for the few so as to float all boats, and that whatever spirit it is that truly drives people, it is immaterial to the conservative cause.

At what cost, the notion of "prosperity"?...

This is not just the distemper of an older, retired guy gazing upon a new world with increasing frustration and yearning for the old ways, unless such distemper is a frustration of an emerging loss of a once-vibrant place of quiet leadership in the world.

*“Once society no longer has a sacred structure, once social arrangements and modes of action are no longer grounded in the order of things or the will of God, they are in a sense up for grabs. They can be redesigned with their consequences for the happiness and well-being of individuals as our goal. The yardstick that henceforth applies is that of instrumental reason”. – Charles Taylor, The Malaise of Modernity

Instrumental Reason

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Just to be fair, from another "Unbiased" source grin_emoticon_facebook.png

100 reasons to vote for Harper Conservatives on Oct. 19, 2015

Check out the Harper Government Accomplishments.

Since first elected in January 2006, the Conservative Government of Stephen Harper have done a lot that is positive for Canada. Are they perfect? Of course not. But, they are certainly better than the alternative. Below are some 100 examples of policies and legislation, put into place by the Harper Conservatives that, in my opinion, make Canada better than what it was before they were elected.

  1. Adoption Expense Tax Credit increased — from a one-time $13,100 to 15,000 in 2014 (Link)
  2. Adult “Basic” Education Northern Initiative — announced by PM Harper on Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 2012 in Iqaluit, for Aboriginal people living in the three territories; (Link)
  3. Aga Khan and PM Harper open Ismaili Centre and Aga Khan Museum — a multicultural partnership dedicated to artistic & intellectual contributions by Muslims (Link)
  4. Age of Consent Legislation — raised from 14 to 16 effective May 1, 2008 (Link)
  5. Air India Final Report of the Commission of Inquiry — PM Harper apologizes to the friends and relatives of all those who died in that disaster (Link)
  6. Apology to Native People — by the Government of Canada on June 11, 2008 for residential school abuses (Link)
  7. Arctic All-Season Highway — a 137 kilometer project linking Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk and the Arctic Ocean for first time (Link)
  8. Arctic Research Council launched to improve lives for people in the North — for resource development, shipping, marine safety, community infrastructure (Link)
  9. Benin Foreign Investment & Promotion Protection Agreement (FIPA) — legally binding rights and obligations with respect to investment in effect May 12, 2014 (Link)
  10. Beyond the Border Agreement with the U.S. — passed in late 2011, on perimeter security co-operation (Link)
  11. Boundary Dam at Estevan, Saskatchewan — site of carbon capture coal plant receiving $240 million in federal subsidies (Link)
  12. Canada Apprentice Loan Program — up to $4000 for those registered in any Red Seals apprenticeship training announced in January 2015(Link)
  13. Canada’s Citizenship Act Amendment — to reduce processing time to less than a year and reducing backlog by over 80% (Link)
  14. Canada/EU Trade Agreement — although ratification still required, an `End of Negotiations`Agreement signed on September 26, 2014 (Link)
  15. Canada Student Loan Program expanded — to include shorter-term duration educational programs of at least 34 weeks duration (Link)
  16. Canadian Wheat Board Monopoly Ends — Bill C18 removed the CWB’s monopoly regarding decisions made by many Western farmers to market their wheat (Link)
  17. China Foreign Investment Deal (FIPA) — while controversial, sets out legal framework to clarify obligations and rights re investment in Canada (Link)
  18. Chinese Head Tax Apology— by the government on June 22, 2006 (Link) (Link)
  19. Chinese Immigrant Provision — of $20,000 to every individual and/or surviving spouses who paid the head tax plus $24 million towards an “historical recognition program”(Link)
  20. Columbia Free Trade Agreement — went into force on August 15th, 2011 (Link)
  21. Consumer Product Safety Act — came into effect June 20, 2011 to ensure manufacturers do not market dangerous products (Link)
  22. Corporate Tax Rate — reduced from 18% to 16.5% effective January 2012, with another 1.5% reduction in 2012 to 15% (Link)
  23. Corrupt Regimes Act (C-61) – allows Canada to act upon the request of a foreign state to freeze the assets that their former leaders and members of their entourage, including family members, senior officials and associates, may have placed in Canadian financial institutions (Link)
  24. Czech Republic Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA)— went into force January 22nd, 2012 (Link)
  25. Devolution of Land & Resources in the Northwest Territories — from the federal government to the Government took place on April 1st, 2014 with the legislation receiving Royal Assent on March 25, 2014 (Link) (Link)
  26. Disability Savings Plan — part of the 2007 budget, it was fully implemented in December, 2008 (Link)
  27. Ebola Virus Eradication — Conservative gov’t committed $ 113.4 million to support health & humanitarian efforts in Western Africa (Link)
  28. Eeyou Marine Region Land Claims Agreement — between Canada, Nunavut and Grand Council of the Crees (Link)
  29. Employer Caregiver’s Plan — called the CECP, it is an attempt to help employers help employees who have caring responsibilities (Link)
  30. Employment Insurance Premiums Reduced — in the fall of 2014 by 15% for to encourage small businesses to hire (Link)
  31. Exploited Persons Act — legislation that received Royal Assent to protect against drug, organized or prostitution type of crime (Link)
  32. Express Entry Immigration into Canada Program — when skilled immigrants to Canada will get quick entry so that they can contribute to economy (Link) (Link)
  33. Fair Representation Act — Bill C-20 became law on Dec. 16, 2011 and will come into effect for the 2015 federal election (338 seats in total rather than the current 308) (Link)
  34. Fair Elections Act — requires Chief Electoral Officer to lay out clear electoral guidelines became law on June 19, 2014 (Link) (Link) (Link)
  35. Fairness at the Pumps Act (C-14) – protects Canadian consumers from inaccurate measurements when purchasing gasoline effective August 2014 (Link) (Link)
  36. Family Caregiver Tax Credit — Bill C-13 established a new $2000 tax credit on December 15, 2011 to help families dealing with challenging medical expenses (Link)
  37. Family Income Splitting — families with children under 18 will be allowed to split income beginning in 2014 up to $50,000 with credit capped at $2000.00 (Link)
  38. Federal Infrastructure Plan — longest long-term plan in Canadian history supporting projects that enhance economic growth, job creation and productivity (Link) (Link)
  39. First Nations Transparency Act — passed on March 27th, 2013 and requires all First Nations to post financial records and documents on a website as of July 1st, 2014 (Link)
  40. Food Labelling Initiative — to clarify and modernize labelling on food products, including “Product of Canada” and “Made in Canada” claims (Link)
  41. Forest Market Opportunity Program — supporting innovation and diversification in the forest sector until March 2016 (Link)
  42. Free Trade Agreement — signed on July 2, 2009 — between Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland (Link)
  43. Gun Registry Scrapped — as the legislation passed Third Reading (Link) (Royal Assent)
  44. Gender Equity in Indian Registration — legislation that addresses a court ruling on gender discrimination in the Indian Act (Link)
  45. GIS Improvements — for seniors in 2006, changed to allow for higher earned income — (Link)
  46. GST /HST– Goods & Services Tax Cut — From 7% to 6% and then to 5% (Link)
  47. Haiti’s Debt to Canada Cancelled — on June 25, 2010, at the G8 meeting in Huntsville (Link)
  48. Honduras Free Trade Agreement — completed and signed on November 5th, 2013 and will enter into force on June 19, 2014 (Link) (Link) (Link)
  49. Identity Theft Legislation– (Bill S-4) — received Royal Assent on October 27, 2009 — for obtaining and possessing identity information, trafficking in that information or unlawfully possessing or trafficking in gov’t documents (Link)
  50. Immigration and Refugee Protection Act Amendment (C-35) – to crack down on crooked immigration consultants who exploit prospective immigrants and undermine the integrity of Canada’s immigration system (Link)
  51. Income Splitting for Canadian Seniors — a change to the Income Tax Act for pensioners starting in 2006 (Link)
  52. Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement signed (Link)
  53. Infrastructure “New Building Canada Plan” — $53 Billion to support the renewal and construction of municipal infrastructure (Link) (Link)
  54. International Child & Maternal Health at U.N.– $3.5 billion committed for 2015-2020, building on Muskoka 2010 – 2015 initiative (Link) (Link) (Link)
  55. Internet Spam Protection — signed December 15, 2010 to protect consumers and business from the most harmful and misleading forms of online threats (Link)
  56. Jordan Free Trade Agreement — went into force on October 1st, 2012 (Link)
  57. Kid’s sport tax credit — up to $500 per child (Link)
  58. Kruger Mill Investment in Trois Rivieres, Quebec — Government to provide $15 million towards development of first cellulose filament production facility (Link)
  59. Kuwait Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA) — went into force February 19, 2014 (Link)
  60. Land Claim Agreements with First Nations — over 800 claims concluded since the gov’t came into power (See progress chart at this Link)
  61. Latvia Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA) — went into force November 24, 2011 (Link)
  62. Manley Report — approved (Report — click for PDF file at link)
  63. Mental Health Commission of Canada — established and incorporated as a non-profit corporation in March of 2007 (Link)
  64. Mission Against ISIL extended March 30, 2015 — to aid the people of Iraq and Syria (Link)
  65. Missing Persons DNA Index — $8.1 million allocated to develop, over 5 years, help matching missing persons to their families (Link)
  66. Northern Regional Development Economic Agency — announced by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday, August 18th, 2009 in Iqaluit, Nunavut (Link)
  67. Nunavik Inuit Land Claims — Agreement (Link)
  68. Offshore Health & Safety Act — Bill C-5 to implement Newfoundland and Nova Scotia Atlantic offshore accord with Royal Assent June 19, 2014 (Link)
  69. Ombudsman for Victims of Crime — Established (Link)
  70. On-reserve schools grant of $500 million — in 2014 to be available from investment of $5.8 billion Infrastructure Fund (Link)
  71. Panama Free Trade Agreement — went into force on April 1st, 2013 (Link)
  72. Peru – Canada Free Trade Agreement — adopted by Parliament June 18, 2009 (Link)
  73. Prime Minister Harper’s speech to Israeli Parliament — on January 20, 2014 (Link)
  74. Protecting Victims from Sexual Offenders — signed on December 15, 2010 to protect children against sexual predators (Link)
  75. Public transit tax credits (Link)
  76. Red Tape Reduction Act — passed in 2014 to make sure the One-for-One rule in law (Link)
  77. Research Excellence Fund for post-secondary institutions — $1.5 billion competitively available that results in long-term economic advantages for Canada (Link)
  78. Romania Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA) — went into effect November 23rd, 2011 (Link)
  79. Rotary Foundation Polio Eradication Award — in 2014 to PM Harper for the millions the Conservative gov’t has contributed to eradicate the disease (Link)
  80. Rouge National Urban Park Act– enacting and enlarging the Rouge National Urban Park in Pickering and Uxbridge, Ontario (Link)
  81. Safe Streets & Communities Act — passed March June 13, 2012 to protect children and communities against terrorism (Link) (Link)
  82. Self-employ Fairness Act — (Bill C-56) — provides special benefits to the self employed on a volunteer basis (Link)
  83. Slovak Republic Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA) — went into effect March 14, 2012 (Link)
  84. Small Business Tax reduction — through a Job Credit to lower EI premiums (Link)
  85. Small Craft Harbours Improvement Fund — provides an investment of $10.6 million (Link)
  86. Softwood Lumber Agreement (Bill C-24) (Link)
  87. South Korea Free Trade Agreement Signed on September 22, 2014 — 1st Asia Pacific Agreement with final legislative steps for full implementation on November 26, 2014 (Link) (Link)
  88. Tanzania Government Foreign Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement (FIPA) — went into effect December 9th, 2013 (Link)
  89. Tax cuts made 160 Times — since the Conservatives took office in 2006 (Link)
  90. Tax Free Savings Account with an initial annual limit of $5500.00 — which was raised to $10,000 in April 2015 budget (Link) (Link)
  91. Taxpayers Bill of Rights (Link)
  92. Taxpayers Ombudsman (Link)
  93. Temporary Foreign Workers Program — reforms made so that Canadians are hired first (Link)
  94. Ukrainian & Eastern European immigrants — Gov’t to distribute $10 million to educate Canadians about the internment in Canadian work camps during WWI (Link)
  95. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko invited to speak in House of Commons — indicating PM Harper`s full support of the Ukrainian people (Link)
  96. UN Global Fund contribution for mothers, newborns and young children — $540 million pledged for 2015-2020 by PM Harper and added to the $1.5 billion already promised at the G8 summit in Muskoka and G20 in Toronto, it is the largest contribution ever made by Canada to an international health institution (Link) A further commitment was made in 2014 for the 2015-2020 period for $3.5 billion.
  97. Universal Child Care Benefit — in 2006 $1,200.00 per year for every child under age six (Link)
  98. Universal Child Care Benefit Enhancement — effective January 1st, 2015, beginning July 1st, 2015, parents will receive $160.00 per child per month up to age six and $60.00 for each child aged 6 to 17 (Link) (Link) (Link)
  99. Victims Bill of Rights — Bill C-32 passed on June 18th, 2014 — (Link) (Link)
  100. White Collar Crime Act — Bill C-21 was reintroduced after the May 2, 2011 federal election and became law on November 1, 2011 (Link)

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An hour-and-a-half line-up for the last day of advanced voting. In fact in our area there were two polling stations open on opposite sides of the street, both with long lines. Now, one would think that one could just go to either, but poll numbers were assigned to voters and if one stood in the wrong lineup for say 45 minutes and got to the entrance where they check your id and tell you that you're at the wrong polling location, it would wrankle a bit...people took it in stride as they did the two polling booths that were open at each location, the long line-ups being caused by the physical writing required of the address of each voter as they came up to the polling desk. I guess they had to make sure who was voting was actually who was voting; one gentleman offered that it kept the terrorists from bombing the place, to which we smiled understandingly. The volunteers said they'd never seen anything like it, (the lineups) before, and neither had we. But we tolerated the rain with good nature, like one does at airport security line ups. But in the past we had more booths and volunteers.

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My daughter spoke of just an officious process at the advance poll here. Apparently the process was even worse if someone didn't have a voting card.

You'd think that they would have a better process in place.

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The handwriting of the name and address is only done at advance polls. The registers are then forwarded to elections Canada so that your name can be taken off prior to publishing the voters list for the regular vote on Oct. 19. Bit of a pain but I don't understand people getting mad and venting at the people doing the work. That is both pointless and non productive.

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Look, the clear difference here is that I'm Not a fan of the corporatocracy type of government that Harper is gleefully tying us to.

Unlike many of you money worshippers, I reckon there are much more important things that our government should be looking after, and clearly, it is not.

Harper's style of "leadership" is a cruel joke. ....in fact, when given the so obvious contrast with how honest and forthright he presented himself to be during his earlier campaigning, it's a wonder ANY Canadian can look him in the eye without wanting to spit.

His record all speaks for itself, he's been a disaster for Canada internationally, and a horror show for Canadians at home.

Yeah, this is the same guy that wrote a book on the history of hockey and then donated all the proceeds of the sales to veterans. What a **bleep**. Not Canadian at all.

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Yeah, this is the same guy that wrote a book on the history of hockey and then donated all the proceeds of the sales to veterans. What a **bleep**. Not Canadian at all.

So it's not Canadian to write a book and donate the proceeds to Veterans???? Satire or what am I missing?

but to get it correct: All author proceeds from the book will go to the Canadian Forces Personnel and Family Support Services (CFPFSS). The specific fund that the proceeds will be donated to is the Military Families Fund, which provides emergency financial assistance to military families faced with unforeseen and often immediate needs that have resulted due to conditions of service.

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That list could have 10,000 things on it. As long as Harper is PM, they won't get my vote. Period.

Weeee.....almost as credible a reasoning for not voting in this post as Mitch's detailed reasoning for our drug prices going up. Oh yeah, there is the neo-Nazi opening post and perhaps a dear leader statement somewhere.

I am quite proud to live in the most respected country in the world(rated #1 last year).

I guess I will have to read those very long posts with links for and against harper. I'll start with the 100 for which I should be able to finish by voting day and then read the against links starting the day after. I suggest others do similar.

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They did have a better process in place, last time around.

We voted outside our riding and it was the work of moments to identify us; there was lots of staff, all pleasant, numerous voting booths; - we voted and were on our way in about 20 minutes.

ed. CTV news tonight was explaining the huge voter turnouts at the advance polls and showing the resulting long lineups.

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mo32a, re "Bit of a pain but I don't understand people getting mad and venting at the people doing the work. That is both pointless and non productive."

Yep. Agree completely. As I mention, everyone took it in stride. Thanks for the info on the hand-writing exercise. We have computers for such things but frankly even that little side-step was a non-issue. People were patient and "typically Canadian", (meant positively), about it all.

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Thank Harper and his "Fair" Elections act for the mess at the advanced polls. It will be even worse on the 19th if you are a student living away from home

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If surveyed at all, it will be interesting to learn why Canadians, including young people, turned out in heavy numbers at the advance polls.

The AEF history shows the Fair Elections Act was discussed here but was generally not widely understood or known. The Globe and Mail produced an article at the time and May last year was the last time the subject was engaged.

By the record, and the numerous editorials, it appears as though democracy worked during the creation of Bill C-23 (FEA) and many of the Act's provisions were dropped.

The distinction between political strategy and protective legislation apparently remains alive in Canada, and we will know soon enough, whether Mr. Poilievre still has a job or not.

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I think people have turned to advance polls to avoid a wait on election day. Getting your vote in early is now so commonplace a practice that it may be causal, or at least contributing to the delays now being experienced at the advance voting stations?

Young people are voting in large numbers you say Don ... that could be scary.

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I also think a lot of people went to the advanced polls in case there were issues with ID etc... Find out in advance and you can get it together by the 19th if you need to.

I am glad so many are turning out. I think it can also be attributed to social media and people like Rick Mercer and other celebrities getting the word out to go vote. Those that are going to inherit this country need to have a say as to what they are going to inherit.

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boestar;

Re, "Those that are going to inherit this country need to have a say as to what they are going to inherit.",

Whatever the results, that is certainly the overall sense of things I'm picking up...that this is an election unlike most previous ones, where it's "left or right at Elm St.", so to speak and people are making sure they're heard. I sense the population is awakening and making up their minds in this last week after 71 days of electioneering.

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So it's not Canadian to write a book and donate the proceeds to Veterans???? Satire or what am I missing?

There is no sarcasm font unfortunately.

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If Harper loses, I think that when the post mortem is done in the coming weeks and months, the early election call is going to be seen as a contributing factor in the incumbent government's undoing.

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