Some see both parties solidifying around the 45 per cent mark, with a plus or minus five points as being the float that can be influenced by the candidates and their campaigns.
No matter how hard Hillary Clinton works to win over voters in the coming months, the vast majority of Americans are already predetermined to vote Democrat or Republican, writes Gar Pardy. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
OTTAWA—The months of electoral foreplay in the United States are mercifully over. Now the conclusive work begins of deciding who will be on top for the next four years.
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Groups say they're pleased to see Ottawa picking up the pace, while the Ontario Native Women’s Association says its exclusion 'makes zero sense' and means some women will fall through the cracks in the conversation.
'All Joe [Biden] had to do last night was show up,' says former prime minister Brian Mulroney. 'He showed up, and he did better than that, he performed quite well. Not in a superior fashion, but quite well.'
Manitoba Senator Patricia Bovey is pushing to see more diversity represented in the art hanging throughout the building the Upper Chamber calls home, calling the new display the ‘first iteration’ of those efforts.
The efforts of the Ottawa Group were part of just a select few foreign policy priorities mentioned during the Throne Speech, ahead of a 'disappointing' move by the U.S. to appeal a WTO softwood lumber ruling.
New PBO figures do not capture the possibility of any new government programs, and work off the assumption that there will be a 'gradual' relaxing of public health restrictions within the next 12 to 18 months.