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    43 21.61%
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    50 25.13%
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    Default Canada Federal Election 2021

    It's official now. We are going to the polls in 36 days on Sept 20.
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/fed...call-1.6141189

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    I hope trudeau trips and falls into a bag of dicks.
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    I will vote on purpose against these fucks, for wasting $610 mil on an unnecessary election. Hope they lose seats.

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    Canada's deficit grows $17m per hour. If that matters to you.

    Shouldn't the poll reflect who you'll vote for vise who you think will win? Or they are probably the same thing.

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    Is the birth of a new country considered 'other'?

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    Well i figured its probably a sure thing that most people on beyond and AB in general will vote conservative so somewhat useless to ask that. I think Liberal majority/minority and even conservative minority are all very possible outcomes so was curious what others think.

    If a mod wants to change it to 'who will you vote for' then go for it.

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    I’m still trying to figure out why the GG wouldn’t just tell
    Socks to pound sand.

    Let him lose a confidence vote like a man.
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    Waste of money
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    Watch the messaging on fourth wave and delta change in the next little while, if Tam even says anything between now and Sept 20
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    Going to be an easy romp to a majority for the liberals. Too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littledan View Post
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    I hope trudeau trips and falls into a bag of dicks.
    Trudeau falling on a bunch of dicks isn't an unlikely event.

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    I thought the govt justification for calling an election was soooooo weak.

    Here is my take. The liberals know that the quality of life, economy, etc will be taking a nosedive within the next 2 years. So by calling an election now even if you dont win a majority youve extended your reign by another 2 years. I really hope they lose seats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lasimmon View Post
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    Going to be an easy romp to a majority for the liberals. Too bad.
    This this and this
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    Found this post on another forum and have not had time to thoroughly digest the info, but it makes one think...

    I found another reason Trudeau has opted to call the election early and I'll link the Elections Canada page below that details why. In late Sept Elections Canada is supposed to start the long process of redistribution of Federal Electoral Districts, this process takes a while. Now I've been aware of Alberta's vast under-representation in Parliament since before the last election, at that time I calculated the average population per MP for each province and saw how bad it was for us here. We have roughly 20,000 more citizens per MP than Quebec and about 10,000 more citizens per MP than Ontario. Now why would it be that those provinces with populations that dwarf Alberta's need to further stack the deck in their favor? We all know that answer. I will also link the Elections Canada page that details some stale-dated breakdowns of population in every riding, where the ridings are grouped by province. This is where I calculated the average population per MP, though I used updated provincial population data and divided that by the # of ridings for each province. Simple math, but very revealing.

    The riding of Edmonton-Wetaskiwin is Canada's most populous riding by a long shot. The riding has about 159,000 citizens which is 2,000 more than all of Prince Edward Island. Of course that riding has but one MP, whereas PEI has 4. Calgary-Shepard is the 2nd most populous riding in Canada. What an odd coincidence that they're both in Alberta!

    Anyways, seeing this, I concluded that they're trying to ram in an election before Alberta gets awarded the additional seats that we're long overdue. Trudeau is eager to cheat. Again.

    Redistribution timeline:

    https://www.elections.ca/content.asp...mLMqmEHPZzCXVM

    Stale-dated populations by riding:

    https://www.elections.ca/content.asp...ndex338&lang=e
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    PEI totally needs 4 seats, western potatoes are different than their eastern brothers.

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    Current cbc poll tracker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tirebob View Post
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    Found this post on another forum and have not had time to thoroughly digest the info, but it makes one think...
    As I've said elsewhere, Canada (confederation), is constructed specifically to ensure that central Canada maintains a colonial-type power over the western provinces. It's not a flaw or an oversight in how things were arranged. It's a very deliberate a specific intent of confederation. It's continually bizarre to me that western Canadians think that there is a solution to this within Canada's democratic system. There is not.

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    They should either increase Alberta's members by proportional representation to the equivalent of PEI or reduce PEI's seats to one.
    Neither will ever happen. Ever.

    I'm hearing from some elderly folks that they're ready to vote Conservative in PEI. I will believe that when I see it.

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    Ah yes, letting the CBC tell us the Liberals are going to win the election again.

    Canadians, never learn.

    Tbh. We deserve another Trudeau government.
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    IMO It’s actually a good thing for CBC to keep claiming that there’s a high chance of liberal win. It will help split the left vote and result in more votes to ndp candidates and maybe allow the conservative candidate to squeak by (think ndp’s win in Alberta in 2014). If these same left wing voters think O’Toole has a serious chance, they’ll strategically vote liberal and hand them the win.

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