Ad expert Clive Veroni dissests some of the latest in political party ads and he’s saucy.
After a difficult first month on the campaign trail and what many were characterizing as a crisis within the Conservative campaign, Globe and Mail writer-at-large John Ibbitson says Stephen Harper has gotten better at dealing with the rigours of campaign life and managing the lows.
Clive Veroni breaks down the latest campaign ads.
It’s time to catch up on titles from John Ibbitson and Donald Savoie, while new books from J. Patrick Boyer and Kevin Page could offer fresh insights or throw wrenches into the last month of the campaign.
‘I think the story of what Shannen and her friends did is one of the great hero stories’: Charlie Angus
We knew that the election could come as early as the spring, and we needed to be ready.
Stephen Harper has broken new ground in the re-orientation to accelerate the shift of power away from elected Members of Parliament to the PMO.
Flora MacDonald was the first woman to run for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives and the first female foreign minister in the developed world.
‘What we need is a national standard. We need a price on carbon. We need to shift the tax base from what we earn to what we burn.’