But then again, there's this:
The LPC lead in Ontario is so large that I am not even going to report it (will confirm tomorrow ). I am not sure there are more than a handful of safe CPC seats in Ontario (abridged)— Frank Graves (@VoiceOfFranky) September 19, 2021
So I think we can agree that the pollsters are all agreeing that it will be a Liberal Minority government. But the Majority question is going to go right down to the wire -- depends what happens in the Maritimes. And in Quebec. And in Ontario. And on the Prairies. And in BC.
"If Leger’s right, the door is nearly closed shut on a Liberal majority. If they want a path to 170, they’ll be praying he’s wrong. Good luck with that, because you’ll need it"— Evan Scrimshaw (@EScrimshaw) September 19, 2021
Me @UnscriptedScrim on Quebec, Leger, and the receding chances of a majorityhttps://t.co/8TRmIHEzdF
Ontario Liberal leads today, by pollster:— Evan Scrimshaw (@EScrimshaw) September 19, 2021
2 (Mainstreet), 3 (Leger), 6 (Angus Reid), 7 (Redacted), 7 (Abacus), 13 (EKOS)
The Tories cannot win Government with these Ontario numbers
Here's perhaps the final word on media endorsements:
The most reliably right wing pollster this country has puts the LPC up 6 in Ontario in their final poll and Fournier is trying to spin it as a "small" lead, my fucking God— Evan Scrimshaw (@EScrimshaw) September 19, 2021
I need Monday to get here so badly, my brain is melting live in front of me
And now for the really important stuff, the terrifying Covid news here in Saskatchewan.
Here is one thing I have discovered in my travels . Voters pay the square root of SFA attention to the advice of the media .— Frank Graves (@VoiceOfFranky) September 18, 2021
Saskatchewan is already in Stage 1 of its triage plan. Surgeries are getting delayed so that those who are in a car crash or have COVD-19 can have immediate access to an ICU bed. #covid19sk— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Sask’s triage/critical care plan states that in Stage 2, people with end-of-life organ failure or someone over 80 who has a heart attack would be excluded from ICUs. Important to note: Stage 2 has never been activated throughout the pandemic. #covid19sk— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Dr. Shaw urges ppl to talk about their end-of-life goals with their families and doctors: “So that should you ever need ICU, your family knows what you want, and we can continue to provide care based on your values. That’s where we’re at.” #covid19sk #skpoli— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Hospitals in Saskatchewan (Prince Albert, Saskatoon, North Battleford) are routinely on bypass. Residents in these surrounding areas who need intensive care are getting sent to Regina, Swift Current, Moose Jaw and Yorkton. #covid19sk— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Saskatchewan once again (as we saw in spring) has rooms where 2 COVID-patients may be in one room to utilize limited staff and resources. ICU beds is expanded into other wards, and critical advanced care students from Saskatchewan Polytechnic are helping. #covid19sk #skpoli— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Abandoning the old on the ice floe to save the rest of the tribe is called Senicide, and it looks like we have reached that point with Covid now.
The surge in hospitalizations is predominantly fueled by the unvaccinated. Yesterday CMHO Dr. Saqib Shahab said if the province’s proof of vaccine policy + mask mandate doesn’t work to reduce hospitalizations, more measures will be needed. #covid19sk #skpoli— Mickey Djuric (@MickeyDjuric) September 18, 2021
Sorry bud, no mask no service. pic.twitter.com/s6lRf5F8zY— Meanwhile in Canada (@MeanwhileinCana) September 18, 2021
Horse Sense 😌 pic.twitter.com/wyapeeH0vx— Reesus Patriot (@ResusCGMedia) September 18, 2021