These past few weeks, Ottawans have endured sweltering weather. Those toiling in federal politics will tell you, however, that it is much more than extraordinary summer heat; temperatures have risen with a highly contagious election fever.
With the up-coming Fall vote, Canadians have choices and they have a dandy of an election race. Politicos and pundits alike are forecasting a close, hard-fought battle-to-the-end that is likely to result in a post-election maelstrom with little grace shown between the victors and the walking wounded. That being said, elections are all about the surprises - and this federal contest is shaping up to be no exception. Who can tell what the make up of next Parliament: a restored majority, some sort of coalition, or an unstable minority government situation?
is observing the skirmishes and behind-the-scenes maneuvering of the campaign teams. If you have not connected to our social media missives in the Journal, on Facebook, Twitter or elsewhere, you can find the links in "
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