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Canadian Politics: 5 points separate 3 contenders, new poll finds.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto NDP by a nose Our latest horserace “who would you vote for tomorrow” question has the NDP, at 32% followed by the Conservatives at 29 and the Liberals at 27%. Since February, the NDP have picked up 11 points while the Liberals have lost 7 and the Conservatives have

Sun News: Summer ends with three-way tie among federal party support

DAVID AKIN | PARLIAMENTARY BUREAU CHIEF After a summer of one embarrassing Senate scandal after another, Stephen Harper’s Conservatives are likely to take whatever little good news they can find these days.And, in the latest survey provided exclusively to QMI Agency by Abacus Data, there is, in fact, the tiniest nugget of good news for the ruling

John Ivison: It’s always sunny for Ignatieff

John Ivison December 16, 2010 – 8:41 pm National Post If Michael Ignatieff is ever wounded by the insults and reversals of political life, he hides it well. Neither he nor his wife, Zsuzsanna, has any reason to welcome the press to Stornoway, the Opposition leader’s residence. Yet, Mr. Ignatieff is in a relaxed mood

Ottawa Sun: Love ’em or hate ’em

Federal Conservatives’ brand the strongest, but most divisive: Poll By DAVID AKIN, QMI Agency Those who love ’em, love ’em a lot. But those who don’t like the federal Conservative Party really, really, really don’t like them. A new poll out Thursday says that, among other things, the brand associated with the Conservative Party of

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