NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR 2007

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Wednesday, October 3, 2007 | 01:17 PM ET

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Newfoundland and Labrador goes to the polls next Tuesday; Ontario follows suit on Wednesday. And that's just two chapters in what has already been a busy electoral year in Canada. Check out this interactive CBC.ca created earlier this year.

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Jordan Willis Lester

St. John's NL

The question in this NL Provincial Election 2007 will be whether the Opposition can break through any of the PC strongholds by running good candidates or not.

And also, it's interesting that 3 provincial elections are occured so far this year, ours is coming up in less than a week and Saskatchewan and the N.W.T. got theirs coming up. But ya, I think the Federal Conservatives will fall in the Throne Speech, seeing as they've stated they won't be making concessions!

Posted October 3, 2007 11:44 PM

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