Election Wonderpoll 2019

Who are you intending to vote for on October 21?

  • Bloc Quebecois (okay, I think mgagnon is the Quebecer on here but, hey, for c

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Conservative Party of Canada

    Votes: 3 17.6%
  • Green Party

    Votes: 1 5.9%
  • Liberal Party of Canada

    Votes: 5 29.4%
  • New Democratic Party

    Votes: 4 23.5%
  • People's Party of Canada

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Undecided

    Votes: 2 11.8%
  • Not voting

    Votes: 2 11.8%
  • Other (discuss below)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    17
  • Poll closed .

Luce NDs

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Do not complain when in the presence of gods that hold your life in their brutish hands!

Recess and be of no use to them ... eventually they're be no one to carry out their plans and crap ... thus the crap will fall in a parabolic arc according to NU Tun's Gravid arced perspective ... that may be bent into the expression of what goes up, comes down! Near consequence ...

Power further corrupts ... generating fertility! Could be a stinking further thought ...
 

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So the Conservatives will repeal Bill C-69 if they are elected.....Does anyone know how easy it is to repeal a Bill once it is approved?
 

Luce NDs

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So the Conservatives will repeal Bill C-69 if they are elected.....Does anyone know how easy it is to repeal a Bill once it is approved?
All that is needed is brutish blind power ... as when Brutus could finally see his end! Thus the KISS 've the Cow as ah ind ...

Then they're right indu wit ...
 

Mendalla

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So the Conservatives will repeal Bill C-69 if they are elected.....Does anyone know how easy it is to repeal a Bill once it is approved?
You have to pass another bill that repeals the first one. So the usual three readings in the House with committee review after the second, then a similar process in the Senate. If you have a majority, easy peasy. If not, could take some work if it passes at all.
 

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You have to pass another bill that repeals the first one. So the usual three readings in the House with committee review after the second, then a similar process in the Senate. If you have a majority, easy peasy. If not, could take some work if it passes at all.
Thank you very much...won't be voting conservative.
 
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A review from this side of the country. I pretty much agree. Though, I don’t know much about, and haven’t been interested in Blanchet. Out here we don’t tend to pay as much attention to what’s happening in Quebec as maybe we should. Though, we have been hearing about the religious symbols discussion/ controversy for years, and that doesn’t sit well with most people I have talked to (it hasn’t come up often, though). I personally think that law creates more divisive problems than it could possibly solve, and it makes Quebec seem, from this viewpoint, particularly racist/ bigoted rather than modern-secular. Live and let live.
 
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KayTheCurler

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I wasn't around when you were talking about te use of pencils for voting. I wonder if it is relevant that our system is kinda based on the UK system. They started out using pencils because ball point pens weren't invented yet and pen and ink could get messy. Brits, of course, are VERY traditional.
 
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