That other election to watch: Newfoundland and Labrador
By Tim PowersApr. 3, 2019
The Rock goes to the polls before school rises for the summer, but the large number of undecided voters means there’s no certainty about the outcome.
Liberal Dwight Ball has been premier of Newfoundland and Labrador since 2015. If historical norms were to continue, he might be more assured of another election victory this year. But like many other parts of Atlantic Canada, traditional patterns are now far from certain on the Rock, writes Tim Powers. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
OTTAWA—This week the time has come for me to write on something other than the SNC-Lavalin Liberal mess. I just can’t muster the energy to swim any longer in that turd soup.
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