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Analysis & Commentary

Looking Ahead

Will the West have the clout it wants?
From The National, Report by Joe Schlesinger

Building consensus
A minority government how-to

Conservative plans
What happens now?

Tory cabinet possibilities
Who might get the nod?

Whither the Liberals
What's next for Canada's "Natural governing party"

Tories then and now
How the party has changed


The Blog Report

Blog report Jan. 23, 2005: Results leak on foreign blogs
CBC.ca researcher John Bowman scours the web to see how bloggers are reacting to the campaign.


Photo galleries

Campaign Week 8

Campaign Week 7

Campaign Week 6

Campaign Week 5

Campaign Week 4

Campaign Week 3

Campaign Week 2

Campaign Week 1



Campaign Confidential

Campaign confidential An anonymous insider's take on the highs and lows of the campaign.

Jan. 16, 2006:
Think twice

Jan. 10, 2006:
A change of mood


Analysis

Alami Ballot question
What's top of mind as voters go to the polls

Down and out
Five governments that fell from grace (big time)

Playing the endorsement game
The who and why of political endorsements

Cultural policy
Where the parties stand

Tories then and now
What's changed since the 2004 campaign: a study in contrasts

Tory cabinet possibilities
A look at party frontrunners

The story so far
20 key developments in the race.

Professions of the politicians
Law used to be the most common former profession of politicians. Find out where the new politicians are coming from.

Canadian electoral history
Seven highs and lows

A dirty dozen
12 scandals that rocked federal politics

New Canadians, new perspectives
Immigrants vote in lower numbers, than those born here. How to get them involved?

The American card
There are points to be scored criticizing the U.S., but there are possible pitfalls too.

Battle for bacon
Not all MPs are created equal.

The age of suspicion
Canadians have less trust in politicians than ever before.

Winning conditions
Quebec's future as an election hot potato.

Spit and polish
Up to 85 per cent of Canadian politicians hire media trainers. Here's why.

What this election will be about
If you're wondering why we'll be going to the polls in January, the answer isn't so simple. It all depends on who you ask.


Commentary

Election How elections have changed � for the worse
Anthony Westell says that this election is lacking in big ideas and is degraded by naked attempts to buy votes

Mounties and politics
Anthony Westell on the RCMP, politics and Ralph Goodale

Election Roundtable
Final thoughts

On the other hand: Here comes the herd
Anthony Westell on the herd instincts of the media during an election campaign

Generation gap: The youth vote
Robyn Holukoff with a university student's perspective on the election campaign

Politics: Media hype
Larry Zolf on the election media hype

Observations: Canada's election day, most depressing
Martin O'Malley on the most depressing day of the year

Maritime log: Stop the spitballs, please
Vicki Robertson's plea for a clean election campaign

Politics: Election Day 1
Larry Zolf with his thoughts on the federal election

 


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ELECTION RESULTSDetails>
1241035129
Total Elected and Leading
CON124036.27%
LIB103030.23%
BQ51010.48%
NDP29017.48%
IND10.52%
OTH005.02%

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MODERN LIVING
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