CBC Online News | May 29, 2007Listen to Island Morning's political panel review the hottest topics in P.E.I. politics.
CBC Online News | May 28, 2007Behind the scenes it's one crew that crunches the numbers and provides the stats.
CBC Online News | May 25, 2007Brendan Elliott, legislature reporter for CBC Radio, has been following the parties from event to event throughout the month-long campaign. Every week, he has paused to unspin the spin.
CBC Online News | May 25, 2007During every election campaign, political parties proudly wave their list of promises. See what the parties are promising.
CBC Online News | May 24, 2007Watch the debate of P.E.I.'s four political leaders, from the May 23, 2007 edition of Compass. (runs 59:53)
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CBC Online News | May 24, 2007Features from CBC Radio and Television reporters.
CBC Online News | May 24, 2007CBC Radio's Angela Walker is gathering Islanders' opinions on the 2007 election campaign.
CBC Online News | May 23, 2007It's good to know what leaders are promising, but it's good to know the leaders too. CBC News has put together this getting-to-know-you quiz, seeking answers to important questions like what the leaders are reading, what they're eating, and what they like to do when they're not working.
CBC Online News | May 23, 2007Barbara Taylor, CBC's webslinger, explores how the P.E.I. election is playing out on the internet, from the ordinary to the outrageous.
CBC Online News | Apr. 30, 2007With his call for an election on May 28, 2007, Pat Binns is aiming to become a leader of historic proportions on P.E.I. If he wins, on Jan. 9, 2008, he will become the longest-serving premier in Island history.
CBC Online News | Apr. 30, 2007Interactive view of the legislative assembly.
CBC Online News | Apr. 30, 2007A gallery of Prince Edward Island's premiers, with brief descriptions of their achievements while in power.
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CBC Online News | Apr. 30, 2007Statistics on voter turnout and election history.
CBC Online News | Apr. 30, 2007Liberal landslides and Tory tides.
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- P.E.I. tide paints province Liberal red
- P.E.I.'s Liberal party cruised to a surprisingly easy victory in Monday's provincial election, crushing the governing Progressive Conservatives and reversing the seat count from the previous legislative session.
- Hasty promises, desire for change sank P.E.I. Tories
- Pat Binns and his Progressive Conservatives went down to defeat in Monday's Prince Edward Island election, at least in part because of how two campaign promises fed into Islanders' growing appetite for change.
- Liberal wave fails to flood Eastern P.E.I.
- Progressive Conservative candidates picked up all of their handful of successes in the eastern part of Prince Edward Island on Monday, as Liberals swept the rest of the province.
- Liberals sweep crucial districts
- The Liberal party took every key district they needed for victory Monday night, and then some.
- 6 ministers defeated as P.E.I. cabinet trounced
- Six of Pat Binns's cabinet ministers fell and two were re-elected as P.E.I. voters bounced the Progressive Conservative government out of office Monday night.