— Maclean's Magazine (@macleans) September 17, 2021
It's been a stressful election. Watch Maclean's colour in the results as they roll in on Sept. 20 during a quiet, relaxing, ASMR livestream. You can even print the map and colour along. #cdnpoli https://t.co/K6ci3IBWyW
— Maclean's Magazine (@macleans) September 19, 2021
Emilie Nicolas: Before weighing in on Bill 21, Canadians should learn from the Quebecers at the frontline of that battle https://t.co/ijvxul12nA
— Maclean's Magazine (@macleans) September 15, 2021
We banned military-style assault weapons in this country. Now, we want to move forward, and work with partners to get hand-guns off our streets. https://t.co/6wDsZhMw7X
— Liberal Party (@liberal_party) September 18, 2021
Climate scientists have said that the @liberal_party’s climate plan will fight this crisis with the scale and urgency it demands. Listen to the experts, listen to science, and if you want real climate action, vote Liberal. And let’s move forward, together. pic.twitter.com/3txl2XN4FP
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) September 19, 2021
WATCH: Mini-documentary on Erin O'Toole's story. https://t.co/PyiAfDB8Ow
— Conservative Party (@CPC_HQ) September 20, 2021
An important message from Vice-Admiral (Ret’d) Mark Norman. pic.twitter.com/R7X3h3jGok
— Conservative Party (@CPC_HQ) September 18, 2021
Affording a home shouldn't be out of reach for young people and families.
Justin Trudeau promised to help. But for six years, he's backed rich developers and done nothing about speculators.
— NDP (@NDP) September 19, 2021
For his fourth (?) stop of the day, NDP leader @theJagmeetSingh is in Surrey Centre. He’s saying hello in several different languages, incl. Spanish, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean. Someone yells Welsh. “I’ve never been stumped before,” he says. Pledges he’ll learn Welsh. #Elxn44 pic.twitter.com/onhjESAfOu
— Alex Ballingall (@aballinga) September 19, 2021
It’s time for a new culture in politics.
It’s time to be daring.
— Green Party of Canada (@CanadianGreens) August 16, 2021
Nous débutons cette dernière journée de campagne à Shawinigan, où nous rencontrons le maire Michel Angers, accompagné de la conseillère municipale (et conjointe de M. Blanchet 😉), @NancyDeziel!
À suivre dès mtn, mêlée de presse du chef @yfblanchet:
— Bloc Québécois (@BlocQuebecois) September 19, 2021
Amateur de baseball ⚾️
Notre équipe s’appelle Équipe Québec ⚜️
Si on gagne ce soir à Trois-Rivières contre la Pennsylvanie, on emmène le fleur de lys en finale!
— Yves-F. Blanchet 🎗⚜️ (@yfblanchet) September 18, 2021
— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) September 18, 2021
— Jonathan Bridges (@jonbridge86) September 18, 2021
Updated @LeanTossup Federal Model:
LPC: 151 (-6)
CPC: 121 (-)
NDP: 33 (+9)
BQ: 31 (-1)
GPC: 2 (-1)
(Seat Changes With 2019 Election)
— Polling Canada (@CanadianPolling) September 18, 2021
CPC: 32% (-2)
LPC: 31% (-2)
NDP: 21% (+5)
BQ: 7% (-1)
PPC: 4% (+2)
GPC: 3% (-4)
Ipsos / September 18, 2021 / n=2359 / Online
(% Change With 2019 Federal Election)
— Polling Canada (@CanadianPolling) September 20, 2021
CANADA SEAT PROJECTION
— Election Barometer 🇨🇦 (@elxnometre) September 19, 2021
Our final federal election survey is out!
Here's our report: https://t.co/mNKJ2suiPo
— Mainstreet Research (@MainStResearch) September 20, 2021
@Polly_ASI's final numbers showing #LPC tantalizingly close to a majority, the #CPC down to 98 with the #NDP gaining 14 seats since the last parliament and the #BlocQc stable at 32. Greens stay at 2 seats.#PolCan #elxn44 Hopefully no more drama for today.https://t.co/gEc1YWZcPD
— Advanced Symbolics Inc. *Be virtual* (@Polly_ASI) September 19, 2021
By the way, please don't only look at the topline numbers but also the probabilities and intervals.
Polls aren't perfect and projections are very sensitive to polling error. Turnout could absolutely flip this election tomorrow. https://t.co/eirWm0xIZP
— Bryan Breguet (@2closetocall) September 20, 2021
Climate success requires all hands on deck.
Discover more: https://t.co/x67pd0v4OZ
— Pembina Institute (@Pembina) July 22, 2021
THREAD: When compared with peer countries, the updated MLI COVID Misery Index points to high costs for only middling results in terms of Canada's approach to the pandemic. #cdnpoli #cdnhealth #covid19 https://t.co/9AC8oBOJp9 pic.twitter.com/bBPy7v0pRJ
— Macdonald-Laurier Institute (@MLInstitute) September 17, 2021
— C.D. Howe Institute (@CDHoweInstitute) September 18, 2021
Canada provides too much R&D support to small firms, not enough for large firms & could do better on commercialization, writes @policy_school’s John Lester in his new Memo. https://t.co/tRK36ssKc0 #cdnecon #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/YCEWIayxiB
— C.D. Howe Institute (@CDHoweInstitute) September 17, 2021
— The Fraser Institute (@FraserInstitute) September 16, 2021
— The Fraser Institute (@FraserInstitute) September 14, 2021
Where is Canada's non-energy #mining industry headed post-pandemic? We looked at the labour market, prices and supply chain in our latest Industry Lens. Read the insights here: https://t.co/4XyQ6tc2gF #CdnEcon #EconTwitter pic.twitter.com/oIIvc9Q8zn
— The Conference Board of Canada (@ConfBoardofCda) August 4, 2021
Can a wealth tax in Canada really produce significant revenues? Is it enough to fund major new policies that would benefit ordinary Canadians?
A robust wealth tax certainly can, according to @1alexhemingway.
— The CCPA (@ccpa) September 17, 2021
Election 2021: Who will fight for tax fairness? | Canada's National Observer: News & Analysis https://t.co/Cx2yky2haM
— Seth Klein (@SethDKlein) September 17, 2021
— Broadbent Institute (@broadbent) September 19, 2021
— Public Policy Forum (@ppforumca) September 3, 2021
Canada needs to set a new course in strategic security – one that accounts for cybercrime, AI, quantum computing and the commercialization of space.
— CIGI (@CIGIonline) September 17, 2021