Thursday, October 29, 2015

Worth Reading - October 29, 2015

Apologies for the shorter list this week, it has been a busy one. 

Now that the election is over one of the questions is whether or not political parties will avail themselves of the powers given to them by the Reform Act

David Akin breaks down some of the numbers from the election in Alberta. He has been doing analysis on his blog over the last few days on the results.

To the great frustration of many Bramptonians City Council voted against the downtown section of the Hurontario-Main LRT, which I suppose could just be called the Hurontario LRT now. 

I linked this in Tuesday's post, but if you missed it, and have a lot of time, here is Paul Well's exhaustive piece on the events of the 2015 federal election campaign

One of the interesting aspects of the 2015 election is the huge number of rookie MPs who have been elected. 

From the Hill Times, there are many reasons that the NDP lost on October 19th, but don't blame Tom Mulcair

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