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Stories by Ian Campbell

Liberals feel the heat, attack ads seek to make O’Toole look like an ‘unacceptable, scary alternative,’ say politicos

News|By Ian Campbell
Strategists say these kinds of attack ads 'tell a lot about how a political party is doing,' because it means their internal polling told them the ads were necessary.
News|By Ian Campbell
NDP candidate Daniel Blaikie says that the details for important policies that affect Canadians with disabilities were ‘not on the table yet,’ and governments ‘should be far more ambitious.’
News|By Ian Campbell
Advocates say they are the largest minority in Canada. Some groups say that in the long run they are 'the minority of everybody,' as the policies they are fighting for will impact everyone at some point in their life.
News|By Ian Campbell
Analysts say there was no clear winner in the Sept. 2 French-language debate, but campaign narratives are beginning to take shape.
News|By Ian Campbell
Pundits say that a sleepy campaign in Quebec is only now entering its more serious phase, but the shifts in the polls so far move the Conservatives into seat-gain territory.
News|By Ian Campbell
Candidates and experts agree that the riding is too close to call.
News|By Ian Campbell
Political scientists say that urbanicity plays a key role in determining bellwether ridings, while candidates say deep roots and strong campaigns can sometimes override longstanding patterns.
News|By Ian Campbell
The campaign marked the first defeat of an incumbent government since the beginning of the pandemic, but experts say that some key factors are different for the federal Liberals.
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Feature|By Ian Campbell
The only residential school survivor in the Senate, Senator Mary Jane McCallum talks about attending residential school, sitting today in 'the most colonialist body in Canada,' but trying to make a positive impact.
Feature|By Ian Campbell
MPs across the country talk about the former residential schools once located in their ridings and how to move forward in their communities and as a country.
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