TORONTO—Campaign 2015 has been noteworthy for plenty of things. There’s been the fact that all three of our main political parties—the Conservatives, the Liberals but also the New Democrats—have a shot at forming a government. That’s something that hasn’t really happened before. The length of the thing is a first, too. It hasn’t been one election campaign: it’s been two election campaigns stitched together, with Labour Day in the middle. Also unprecedented: big media—the so-called consortium—losing control of
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