Analysis: Recent polls spell trouble for Lisée’s Parti Québécois

Taking some time away from the Fête nationale, Qc125.com founder and poll analyst PJ Fournier was a good sport in answering our questions regarding the latest Quebec polls. "Is the ground shifting under the PQ's feet? Is a coalition a possibility? What region of Quebec could be decisive come next election?" PJ Fournier answers... Last month, the … Continue reading Analysis: Recent polls spell trouble for Lisée’s Parti Québécois

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Elizabeth May shares her hopes for a consensus-based parliament: Interview

By Richard Forbes. Featured image via Canadian Press. The Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) is wrapping up its panels today, hearing from David McLaughlin, formerly Chief of Staff to Brian Mulroney, in addition to professor Craig Scott and Graham Fox, president of policy think tank, the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP.) From … Continue reading Elizabeth May shares her hopes for a consensus-based parliament: Interview

Nathan Cullen seeks common ground on electoral reform: Interview

By Richard Forbes. Today, the Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) will hear from a number of witnesses, including Ed Broadbent, former NDP leader and founder of Broadbent Institute. Thus it's rather appropriate that our series of interviews, Inside the ERRE, will hear from Nathan Cullen next, one of the leading members of the NDP caucus. Past … Continue reading Nathan Cullen seeks common ground on electoral reform: Interview

“Let the people decide,” says Gérard Deltell: Interview

By Richard Forbes. Continuing our series of interviews, Inside the ERRE, with members of the Special Committee on Electoral Reform, we were lucky enough to get in touch with Gérard Deltell to discuss his thoughts on this recent push by the Liberals to reform Canada's voting system. The ERRE has already heard from professors Barry Cooper, Nicole Goodman … Continue reading “Let the people decide,” says Gérard Deltell: Interview

Inside the ERRE with Chair Francis Scarpaleggia: Interview

By Richard Forbes. Featured image via Postmedia. For the first of a series of interviews, Inside the ERRE, we spoke with committee chair Francis Scarpaleggia. The Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) is an all party, high profile committee set to return to 1 Wellington Street today for yet another busy session of expert panels, … Continue reading Inside the ERRE with Chair Francis Scarpaleggia: Interview