In case you missed it already this week, I’ve started my series of post-election analyses of each party’s performance. Check them out below (subscribers only):
This week on The Writ podcast:
In the news
Erin O’Toole holds a meeting with his new caucus for the first time and emerges with his leadership intact, for now.
A judicial recount overturns the preliminary results in a Quebec riding, meaning not a single seat changed hands in the province.
Former Manitoba premier Brian Pallister resigns his seat of Fort Whyte.
Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili passes a leadership vote, though not exactly with flying colours.
Sabrina Nanji of Queen’s Park Observer joins the podcast for her first update on the election goings-on at the Ontario legislature.
Polls of the week
François Legault is sitting pretty in the latest Léger poll out of Quebec.
Jason Kenney is sitting…ugly?…in a new ThinkHQ poll out of Alberta.
Questions and answers
What do the federal results in Quebec say about next year’s provincial election?
What’s the new path to a majority for the Liberals or Conservatives?
Notable second-place finishes on election night.
The 1987 New Brunswick election, in which voters decided an opposition was optional.
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This week’s podcast title musical inspiration courtesy of Cheap Trick:
Thanks for listening and have a great Thanksgiving weekend!