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Voter Turnout Yesterday Highest In 20 Years

Regardless of how you voted, or how you feel about election results, there was some encouraging news that came out of the provincial election. Ontario voters showed up in droves on Thursday, making the turnout rate the province’s highest in

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Americians Experiencing Voter Regret Aren’t The Only Ones Who Want Barack Back!

“Oui on peut!”… I’m a little amused by a campaign in France, urging former U.S President Barack Obama to join the French presidential race. An online petition has already attracted more than 45,000 signatures in 10 days. The organizers behind

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Ottawa’s Eliza Reid Could Become Iceland’s First Lady

In a few days, an Ottawa woman will find out if she’ll be moving her family into the presidential residence in Iceland! Eliza Reid has found herself at the centre of an election campaign in which her husband, Gudni Johannesson,

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