Category Archives: Diary Of A Campaign Volunteer

Youth aren’t our future…

They are our present. That’s a phrase that I heard several times back when Justin Trudeau made school presentations in Manitoba, before he was an MP. It struck me as inspiring then, but as I’ve grown up I see its … Continue reading

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Politics of Fear

This is why I am so happy to support the Liberal Party of Canada, and especially Justin Trudeau There’s been a lot of talk on the Canadian political scene lately about divisive politics. The politics of fear that the Conservative … Continue reading

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Thank you to our volunteers!

We are 16 days away from Election Day 2015. It simultaneously feels like this date would never come AND that the date has come too soon. Today we had a little get together for our volunteers – a show of … Continue reading

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Final Leader’s Debate

The final federal leader’s debate of #elxn42 was tonight and it was in French. What is different about this election is that there hasn’t been a nationally televised debate (although it could be argued that the other debates were available … Continue reading

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Debate #2

It’s now a point of pride that we’ve made it 61 days in and I’ve kept up my┬áblog this whole time; it’s definitely at the point where I can’t stop now! Tonight was the second community debate in Winnipeg South … Continue reading

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