As you said they peaked too early and those soft NDP votes will move back to the Liberals. They were initially mad about the early election call because they don’t pay attention so they moved to the NDP. There’s already been a slow shift back. I’m watching 30 ridings closely.— Greg Johansen 🇨🇦🏳️🌈🇵🇸🎾 (@johangreg) August 21, 2021
The Cons want to privatize medicare, they don't believe climate change is real, they are anti-choice, most favour conversion therapy. But Robyn Urback can't find any wedge issues? And she calls herself a journalist? @globeandmail https://t.co/4xo9acyf4z— 🇨🇦 Simon 🏴 🌈🏂 (@montrealsimon) August 20, 2021
I think that tracking the O'Toole Reversals will keep us busy
This is tonight's edition of campaign anxiety relief. Maybe it's not all that relaxing, but the music is awesome... https://t.co/pqM3AaFGL2— Diane Marie (@DianeMariePosts) August 21, 2021
“They will have to refer, because the rights to access those services exist across the country,” he told reporters at a campaign stop in Winnipeg.https://t.co/gsU6RiFaPv— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) August 21, 2021
I found out today that the Cons want to pass this stupid anti-Indigenous picketing legislation.
There has been no hint of a capital gains tax on primary residences. None. This is akin to push polling, whereby an erroneous idea is parked in the mind of the voter. And that's exactly what Erin O'Toole is up to. #cdnpoli https://t.co/iZR8G26OWw— Diane Marie (@DianeMariePosts) August 20, 2021
Blockades are essential protest tools to wake people up.— kris meloche (@krismeloche) August 20, 2021
Otoole threatens sovereignty right here in this clip.
In fact, by making this statement, people will die if he becomes elected.
Idle. No. More.
Oil & railroads mean nothing.
The CPC platform calls for billions in new spending, a bunch of tax credits/deductions, and no specifics on cuts to balance the budget. And this jabroni is telling us we should worry about government borrowing.— Emmett Macfarlane (@EmmMacfarlane) August 19, 2021
Maybe it was the same day the Cons decided only vetted questions could be asked at a Town Hall.— Bill Brady (@sharemyopinion) August 20, 2021
Here is today's funniest news report from the election trail - apparently now it is newsworthy when a random voter just smiles and nods at a party leader?
A dude rammed a truck full of guns into Trudeau's house a year ago and people on the internet are really going "lol, why's he wearing a kevlar vest?"— Carl Boucher (@CarlBoucherKnee) August 21, 2021
And here's an idea:
#Canada#cdnpoli#Election2021— Oooh, Canada ! (@CanadaOooh) August 21, 2021
SPECIAL BULLETIN: CBC's @HannahThibedeau reports man in audience nods his approval of #ErinOToole speech. Hold on, we have an update. Turns out the man was actually falling asleep. (Your blue slip is showing, Hannah.)
We should hold the federal leaders debates on Zoom, not for safety even, just so the leaders can be muted when it's not their turn to talk. #cdnpoli— Paul Fairie (@paulisci) August 14, 2021