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What can Canadian pollsters learn from mistakes in American presidential polling?

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'The methods they are using aren't capturing a certain segment of the population,' Abacus Data's David Coletto says of U.S. pollsters.
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Plus, Trudeau champions press freedom at an international conference, and MPs congratulate Biden and Harris on their election win and call on feds to extend invitation for a parliamentary address.
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'We are seeing the inevitable conversation about crucial policy decisions on resources come to the fore with [where] inevitably you'll see differences,' says former Liberal strategist John Delacourt.
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The embassy compiles an exhaustive list of potential cabinet members and those who may be appointed to key positions, which include their history and their ties to Canada, say former diplomats.
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'We're here to support the aspirations of the Belarusian people, and certainly not the aspirations of Russia vis-à-vis their relations and their ongoing influence in Belarus,' noted a Global Affairs official on Nov. 5.
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Plus, Yasmin Ratansi resigns from the Liberal caucus and Hillites commemorate the life of Alex Trebek.
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PMO spokesperson Alex Wellstead says mandate letters are 'built off of the Speech from the Throne and will be released in due course.'
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'Canada cannot risk losing market share to our competitors,' says CAFTA executive director Claire Citeau, after the U.K. and Japan recently concluded a new trade pact.
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Plus, Rodger Cuzner was named Canada’s next consul general in Boston; and the Canadian Labour Congress endorses Bill Morneau’s OECD bid, but not everyone is on board.
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Plus, former Tory Senator David Braley dies at 79, and the case of a middle finger and a missing shirt.
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Chinese Ambassador Cong Peiwu told reporters on Oct. 15 a parliamentary recognition that the Chinese government is committing genocide against the Uyghurs would be met with a 'strong reaction.'
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'In the riding and everywhere in Canada today, there are questions about the rise of China,' says Matthew Fisher, who is hoping to be the Conservative candidate in Kanata-Carleton, Ont.
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Plus, Trudeau congratulates New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern on landslide re-election, and Rachel Gilmore is switching Hill newsrooms, joining Global News.
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'It's a bald-faced lie if they actually said they did and didn't,' says Conservative Defence Committee vice-chair James Bezan of the non-registration of the promised 200-member Quick Reaction Force.
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'You don't stop trying to find ways of resolving differences in opinion, but I do think in this day and age you need a whole range of ways of expressing concern and trying to move opinion,' says Bob Rae.
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'We will take resolute measures to safeguard our sovereignty, national security, and the development interests,' Chinese Ambassador Cong Peiwu says.
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Plus, MPs celebrate thanksgiving with turkey, hiking, and a wedding; and detained Canadians in China recently got their first consular visit in months.
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Plus, Ralph Goodale is set to be named Canada’s next U.K. high commissioner, according to a CBC report; and Jagmeet Singh joins in on the Dreams TikTok trend.
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The Liberals had promised to give Parliamentarians greater oversight in trade negotiations in February to gain NDP support for the new NAFTA, but those agreed-upon changes have not been enacted.
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Chief Government Whip Mark Holland says the House is going 'full tilt' in developing and testing the app and is 'almost at the finish line.'
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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.
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'I feel it is worth noting that Canada pushed for [White Helmets] to include women and funded their efforts to recruit and train women. Now those women are in even more danger,' a GAC official wrote.
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Plus, Conservative Senator Salma Ataullahjan is seeking to become be the first Canadian Inter-Parliamentary Union president, and past Bloc MP, opposition House leader Suzanne Tremblay dies at 83.
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Plus, past Grit PM John Turner has died at 91, and CBC parliamentary bureau chief Rob Russo is leaving the newsroom after seven years.
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If Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency, he will be constrained in the use of unilateral tariffs, say experts, while Donald Trump's re-election may leave Canada once again targeted by national security tariffs.
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'The No. 1 [foreign policy] priority is our relationship with the United States,' says Independent Senator Peter Boehm as the U.S. presidential election quickly approaches.
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'Putting someone [in the position of House leader] who is well liked and works well with others is a great signal,' says Conservative strategist Yaroslav Baran.
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Plus, John Ivison and Mike Moffatt place a wager on the future public debt interest rate, and former Tory MP David Anderson joins a religious freedom think tank as an adviser.
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'I think Canada wouldn't mind if [the relationship] improves, but I don't think at the political level there is a commitment to do it,' says former diplomat Dennis Horak.
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'The U.K. wants the same deal as the Europeans had—or better. I would sit back and say, 'Tell me what's in it for me?' says trade lobbyist Peter Clark.
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Since April 21, Canadian officials have highlighted concern over the situation in Hong Kong in more than 25 meetings and calls with the Chinese and Hong Kong governments.
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Plus, the earliest date for a Toronto Centre byelection is on Oct. 12, and Kelsey Johnson is leaving Hill scrums for grad school.

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