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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, it was the Martimes again.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Whatever the case they're declaring close ridings was "elected" (on CPAC, at least).

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Ontarian 2 points ago +2 / -0

My polling station is way farther away than it was last time and must cover a much larger part of the riding. I can only image what it will be like. Usually I prefer to vote on election day but I went to the advance poll instead.

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Ontarian 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no long term in this. If Trudeau gets re-elected he'll control Canada for the next for years at least. A majority will given him the almost dictatorial powers he tried to bestow upon himself back in 2020. You're assuming that he wouldn't take measures to effectively ban any opposition, especially from what he claims to be "far-right".

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Ontarian 5 points ago +5 / -0

The CPC didn't present itself as a reasonable alternative to the Liberals. I've seen one CPC election sign locally. There's a Liberal sign on a habitual Conservative voter's lawn. There's even a PPC sign on a Marxist's lawn. This could be the most important election since WW1.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Each wave "peaks" and decline rapidly. Why? That's just how it is with these sorts of viruses. Trudeau seems to have timed the election to coincide with a peak so that he could milk it for his own political advantage.

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Ontarian 4 points ago +4 / -0

Good luck that it would make any difference. These people are beyond delusional.

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Ontarian 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why's this downvoted? Last couple polls the NDP has been declining and Liberal support increasing.

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Ontarian 5 points ago +6 / -1

Or the CPC could implode like the PCs did and support will shift to the PPC. No matter how much some people want you to believe it the PPC is not a white people party. It has support from Asians who are opposed to China's communist regime.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe but I was reading a reddit discussion where they were shitting themselves that a PR system would result in 20 or so PPC seats.

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Ontarian -5 points ago +3 / -8

If you trust a fly-by-night probably China-based website to send you what it claims to be "ivermectin" that's your problem. I'm assuming if you do get sick as a result you're not planning on going to the hospital, then?

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Ontarian -8 points ago +4 / -12

You'll probably get ripped off. Not to mention the fact that you shouldn't self-medicate. Ivermectin isn't a cure and won't prevent you from getting it. Some studies have shown that it could reduce severity and reduce time in hospital for those hospitalized.

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Ontarian 7 points ago +7 / -0

We don't have and frankly don't want a two-party system like the USA. I would rather have a Parliament with several parties with somewhat clear differences hashing it out rather than two umbrella parties representing the left and right engaged in an eternal power struggle. The FPTP system has to change, though, or at least some modification made to allow for people to vote for all eligible parties even if they don't run a candidate in a riding.

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Ontarian 2 points ago +4 / -2

I had a paper ballot at the advance poll.

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Ontarian 2 points ago +4 / -2

The PPC can't influence the outcome more than a couple ridings, but if NDP supporters feel that the CPC could win the election they may (or already have) vote(d) strategically. They have much more power to "crown" Trudeau. Not to mention disillusioned Greens.

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Ontarian 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's funny the gender-confused gamers on reddit knock Texas for its issues with covid and point the finger at white "anti-vaxxer" Republicans, but I think this video demonstrates why covid numbers are what they are.

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Ontarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are they fleeing to Mexico now?

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Ontarian 17 points ago +18 / -1

PPC is far right

Same accusation made about the Reform Party. How did that work out?

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