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The Elections: 2015

After Stephen Harper was able to obtain a majority government in 2011, it would mean that Canada would get several years before another election was called. During that time, the major parties would go through some major changes in leadership. While...

The Elections: 1997

After the monumental change brought forward by the 1993 election, things were a bit more stable and relaxed going into the 1997 election. The election came only two years after the 1995 Quebec Referendum, which asked voters whether or not Quebec...

The Elections: 1993

There have been several elections that have remade Canada, creating lasting ramifications that would be felt for decades. I’m not talking about Liberals defeating Conservatives, or vice versa, but elections that created a core change to the makeup...

The Elections: 1984

By the mid-point of the 1980s, Canada was looking for a change. Joe Clark had been ousted as leader of the Progressive Conservatives, replaced by newcomer Brian Mulroney, who did not have a seat in Parliament upon his leadership victory. For the...

The Elections: 1968

By the time the Expo 67 and the Canadian Centennial had ended, it was 1968 and Canada was looking a bit different. Over the previous five years since the Liberals had come back into power, the country had a new flag, Universal Healthcare, the Canada...

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