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Stephen Harper

The current Prime Minister of Canada and leader of the Conservative Party. | L'actuel Premier ministre du Canada et chef du Parti conservateur.

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Gilles Duceppe

Canadian politician, and proponent of the Québec sovereignty movement.

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Michael Ignatieff

Canadian author, academic and former politician.

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Elizabeth May

The leader of the Green Party of Canada since 2006 and a member of the Canadian Parliament for Saanich—Gulf Islands since 2011.

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Jack Layton

Former leader of the New Democratic Party (NDP) (from 2003 to 2011). Died on August 22, 2011.

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for2against   Always vote socially conservative, on the side of less government and allow more independent choices by citizens when it comes to helping others, stillthinkinggal
for1against   Harper is a fascist. Down with him ! Vote communist., norbertrave
for1against   No way I can vote for this guy and his group of liars. He tried to form a coalition and then says it not a legit process. Just a liar trying to seize power., davec11
for1against   Layton is a good leader, but he'll never be PM with the NDP. Even as a Liberal, I can't vote for Iggy over Jack, but I could have voted for Dominic Leblanc over Layton., -Al-
for1against   Conservatives, as always, are out of touch with reality! They are also most commonly generational voters who never keep uptodate on the political scene!, Lucifer
for0against   My favourite politician is the current leader of the Green Party Elizabeth May. I think she's very capable., green

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Canada's best prime ministers

Stephen Harper has his majority government. The Liberal party is in tatters, and the Bloc Québécois is devastated. The NDP, inexperienced in the limelight and leaning to the left, is a reliable target. No one now doubts the Prime Minister’s capacity for raw politics, or his staying power. Harper is one of a select few Canadian leaders to have won three consecutive federal elections. When his current term ends, he will have been in office longer than many past titans, including Brian Mulroney, John Diefenbaker, and Lester Pearson. All that remains, and it is a great deal, is to discover what Harper will make of his new lease on parliamentary life, and what history will make of him. To set a benchmark, we’ve undertaken Maclean’s second rankings survey on ...

fabo - 6 years ago

Economy, deficit control focus of throne speech

Parliament resumes on Wednesday following a controversial two-month break, with the Conservatives expected to unveil an extensive speech from the throne focusing on the economy and plans to rein in the federal deficit. The throne speech, to be delivered by Gov. Gen. Michaëlle Jean, will lay out the government’s economic vision and its plans for job creation and innovation. With a $56-billion deficit forecast for the full year 2009-10, ending March 31, the throne speech will talk about restraining federal spending, although pensions, education and health care are expected to be exempt from any cuts. Another theme will be making Canada a better place for families and making the country safe and secure. It will also stress that this country's military mission in Afghanistan will ...

bibi - 8 years ago

Poll: Pierre Trudeau was Canada's best prime minister

Brian Mulroney suggested as one of the worst A new Angus Reid survey suggests most Canadians believe Pierre Trudeau was the best Canadian prime minister since 1968. In the online poll over 1,000 Canadians were surveyed. After Trudeau, 11 per cent found Prime Minister Stephen Harper is the best, Jean Chrétien followed with nine per cent and Brian Mulroney with eight per cent.When asked who was the worst Canadian prime minister since 1968, 22 per cent chose Harper. Harper was followed by Mulroney with 19 per cent, Chrétien with 12 per cent, Trudeau with 10 per cent and Kim Campbell with nine per cent. In B.C. people agreed with national findings that Brian Mulroney was the worst prime minister. Dave White/Katharine Sawchuk - May 24th, 2009 6:00 pm Resource: News1130

martina - 8 years ago
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