The Ontario Election
We’re about five weeks out from heading to the ballot box in Ontario. Between now and June 2nd, the candidates will be trudging the sidewalks, knocking on doors, or at least as much as they can in the sixth wave. Will the Province have new leadership on June 3rd?
The last time Ontario went to the polls, the governing Liberals were reduced to a rump party of just seven seats. The N.D.P made gains and became the official Opposition. Midway through the mandate, the pandemic arrived turning everything upside down. As we grapple with a sixth wave while politicians try to turn the page on Covid, Russia has invaded Ukraine and the price of a home in Canada is the highest it’s ever been.
Our Unpublished dot vote question asks you. If the election was held tomorrow, who would you vote for, PC, Liberal, NDP, or Green?
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Listen to the podcast, read the articles, cast your vote, email your MP to tell them why, and then take a moment to check out the new Unpublished.ca portal for politics and current affairs in Canada, as we roll it out one section at a time in the coming weeks.
Lori Turnbull from Dalhousie University
Tim Abray from Queens
Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs.
Our Unpublished vote poll question...
If the election was held tomorrow, who would you vote for: PC, Liberal, NDP, Green Party, or one of the smaller parties?
The results so far:
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