Thursday, April 27, 2017

Worth Reading - April 27, 2017

France held the first round of their presidential election earlier in this week. Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen is through to the second round. Paul Wells offers his take

The United Kingdom is headed to the polls in a few weeks in a snap election. The Washington Post sets the stage

Kevin O'Leary in a shocking, yet not at all surprising, move he quit the leadership race despite the fact he is the nominal frontrunner. The Conservative Party was played for fools on this one.

Eric Grenier writes about the state of the race of the British Columbia provincial election

The ONDP's pharmacare plan may be a vote-getter

Strong Towns writes about why urbanists need to pay more attention to Amazon

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