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RonUlyssesSwanson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah I've got it on their feed too. It will be significantly less nauseating than CBC, CP24, and CTV, although one of my favorite parts of the 2018 Ontario election was seeing those sad pinkos with orange ties on CP24 when the results came in.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not too shabby so far. That South Shore- St. Margarets seat is nice. Minister couldn't even retain her seat.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 6 points ago +6 / -0

It's becoming quite clear that the only prayer the UCP has of getting re-elected is to wash their hands of Kenney and separate themselves from whatever the Alberta public views as his biggest mistakes. Whoever would potentially succeed him as party leader would need to convince the public that they were never "with the program" to begin with, and that might be a tough sell for any sitting MPP. Brian Jean, anyone?

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RonUlyssesSwanson 7 points ago +7 / -0

Even if this is real, I don't foresee this having much of an impact on people's votes. This is from the same event as that other one (yet somehow this one is in like HD quality) and the NPCs who vote for this goof didn't give a shit about it in 2019 either. Teflon Trudeau can do no wrong according to his base.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fake and gay. EKOS will find out later this week.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hahah Constant Panic 24...good shit, pal. I've been calling them COVID Pulse 24 for a while now, but I like yours better.

My personal favorite part is how they constantly feature renowned doofus John Tory to ask him medical questions about COVID and questions about federal politics, both of which he is no more qualified to answer than Joe Schmoe at Tim Hortons.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 2 points ago +2 / -0

This looks retarded on the surface, but all it takes is a couple of minutes to confirm its retardation and understand why it's retarded. This is nothing more than an SJW puff piece.

In 2021, the framework has been further updated to reflect the dynamic nature of the urban safety landscape with a special focus on the pandemic impact. It has also introduced a brand new pillar: environmental security.

Within each pillar, the relevant indicators are grouped into inputs of safety — such as policies or personnel dedicated to some aspect of security — and outputs — anything from air pollution levels to crime rates.

Any index that measures over time needs to evolve along with the field it covers. Increasing number of urban governments are reshaping their approach to include low-frequency, high risk events, whether involving pandemics, acute disasters or longer-term threats, notably climate change and chronic social stresses.

Many cities are moving towards planning based around 'sustainability' — a concept which moves away from purely after-the-fact response (grow now and green later) to include system-wide preparedness to climate risks.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 5 points ago +5 / -0

All that surprised me in here was that more people didn't think JT:

Ran a cynical campaign that created confrontation among Canadians for political gain.

Often misrepresented the positions and policies of his opponents.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 4 points ago +4 / -0

Barry, Hillary, and Bernie have all weighed in. We already know Xi is on Team Trudeau. Bets on who we hear from next?

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Barry already beat her to the punch. 2008 Democratic primary flashbacks all over again. I don't think even Liberals give one iota about what Hillary Clinton says though.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +4 / -1

The Premiers are all going to be running scared now after Kenney & Alberta are being lambasted by blue checkmarks, the media, and the COVID crazies. What a sorry state of affairs.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 7 points ago +8 / -1

The best part is the only people with anything good to say about JT in the replies are not Canadians.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 10 points ago +10 / -0

A re-elected Liberal government will increase production of national, regional, and local news + invest $400 million over 4 years to CBC/Radio-Canada so that it’s less reliant on private advertising with a goal of eliminating advertising during news/ public affairs shows.

This little guy is using some big brain logic with this one. We don't need to advertise during a news show if the entire news show is an advertisement in and of itself. Brilliant!

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RonUlyssesSwanson 10 points ago +14 / -4

I'm hearing rumblings that this may lead to the departure of several cabinet ministers. So much for "United Conservatives." I wonder how things might have looked differently under Brian Jean.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 1 point ago +3 / -2

If that's the case, they probably had an anxiety attack when they got there. This was the first time I've ever had to wait at all for an advance poll. The place was packed.

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RonUlyssesSwanson -2 points ago +6 / -8

If that is real, she seems to have changed her user name a couple times since then.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 0 points ago +2 / -2

I can't wait to see the "paid for by the Liberal Party of Canada" commercials denouncing The Biebs as a climate change denier and anti-abortionist.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 5 points ago +5 / -0

JT once again showing his loose relationship with the truth.

Trudeau has previously refused to apologize for his handling of the affair

Notice how he only feels comfortable apologizing and taking accountability for things that happened before he was even born, therefore he knows and the public knows these things were not his fault. Those apologies are all about him and just a means for him to virtue signal. He is completely and utterly incapable of apologizing for his own actions as the Prime Minister.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +3 / -0

I saw a lot of Liberal cheerleaders whining about the moderator's treatment of JT. In my eyes, the only person who has a legitimate claim about being mistreated by anybody at any point in that debate is Blanchet.

If this English debate got enough coverage in the Quebec media, I really think what transpired during that debate could be a massive blow to the Liberals and swing a lot of voters to the Bloc.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Advance polls were quite busy when I swung by today. I live in a riding where typically 85-90% of the total votes are Liberal or Conservative. 338Canada seems to think we're swinging to the Conservatives. It seems to me that the "Trudeau must go" crowd is larger and more zealous than it was in 2019.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 20 points ago +20 / -0

I feel sorry for whoever's ballot that is in Step 5. Having JT's second-in-command as your MP has got to be tough.

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RonUlyssesSwanson 8 points ago +9 / -1

Dictator Doug being a complete clown throughout most of the pandemic doesn't negate the fact that the Liberals got BTFO.

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