Thursday, October 15, 2015

New column day

Here, making the case that Canadians should vote less based on perceptions of momentum (in terms of both policy and political positioning), and more based on where our parties and leaders actually stand.

For further reading...
- The platform comparisons referenced in the column include Keith Stewart's on climate change, the College of Family Physicians of Canada's on health care, David Macdonald's on budgeting, and OpenMedia's on digital policy.
- Meanwhile, David Macdonald also takes a look at the key messages being presented by each party. 
- Finally, those looking to delve further into the platforms can again read them at the following links: Conservative - NDP - Liberal. Or for condensed versions, see among others the Tyee, Buzzfeed and the National Post, along with my earlier platform reviews.

1 comment:

  1. Strategic voting lost its lustre, Greg? Yet I like your message. It's encouraging for Green Party supporters to hear. By the way, just where does your leader stand? Not five years ago, not last year, not last month or last week, let's just stick with today. If it helps I just checked and the winds are coming out of the southwest.