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Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 19, 2015

Posted Oct 19th, 2015 in News

After what seemed like an eternity, Election Day is finally here. This is an important day for another reason too. The Toronto Blue Jays play game three of their American League Championship Series tonight against the Kansas City Royals. Before cheering on the Jays, let’s #cometogether and vote to build a strong a fair Canada. After you do, please take a voting selfie and post it to our Facebook page, as well as to Twitter using the hashtag #LetsBuildCanada.

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Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 15, 2015

Posted Oct 15th, 2015 in News

Elections Canada is reporting a 71% increase in voter turnout at the Advance Polls. This is very encouraging! Yet the real test comes next Monday, October 19th.

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HuffPost: Federal Election 2015: 2.4 million Canadians voted in three days, dwarfing 2011

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: The Huffington Post Canada
Author: Huffington Post...

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CBC: Election campaign's final week sees party leaders digging in

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: CBC Staff

As the gruelling...

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Toronto Star: Toronto holds onto its shameful title: Child poverty capital of Canada

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: The Toronto Star
Author: Laurie Monsebraaten

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Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 5, 2015

Posted Oct 5th, 2015 in News

The fall weather is bringing cooler temperatures but with two weeks to go in the federal election the political rhetoric is heating up.

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Toronto Star: Conservatives swing into lead, close in on majority, new poll suggests

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: The Toronto Star
Author: Allan Woods

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CBC: Elections Canada warns staff to watch for dirty 'voter suppression' tricks

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press

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CBC: Federal leaders' French-language debate: 5 elements to watch for tonight

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Authors: CBC Staff

Tonight's...

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iPolitics: Mayors glad to see infrastructure on the election agenda

Posted Sep 21st, 2015 in News

Source: iPolitics
Author: Kyle Duggan

Three...

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CBC: Canadian election: What's the best way to increase voter turnout?

Posted Sep 21st, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: Aleksandra Sagan

For three...

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CBC: Week 7 of the federal election campaign: What we learned

Posted Sep 21st, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: Janyce McGregor

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Hill Times: Some 33 federal ridings with more than 50% visible minority population up for grabs

Posted Sep 21st, 2015 in News

Source: The Hill Times
Authors: Abbas Rana

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CBC: 5 storylines that emerged during the leaders' debate

Posted Sep 18th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Authors: CBC Staff

Conservative...

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Globe: Harper, Mulcair, Trudeau lock horns over sluggish economy

Posted Sep 18th, 2015 in News

Source: The Globe and Mail
Authors: Steven Chase and Bill...

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Let's Build Canada Goes Live!

Posted Jul 8th, 2015 in News

A coalition of Building Trade Construction Unions, Let’s Build Canada, is proud to announce that our website LetsBuildCanada.ca is now live.

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Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 19, 2015

Posted Oct 19th, 2015 in News

After what seemed like an eternity, Election Day is finally here. This is an important day for another reason too. The Toronto Blue Jays play game three of their American League Championship Series tonight against the Kansas City Royals. Before cheering on the Jays, let’s #cometogether and vote to build a strong a fair Canada. After you do, please take a voting selfie and post it to our Facebook page, as well as to Twitter using the hashtag #LetsBuildCanada.

Read more

Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 15, 2015

Posted Oct 15th, 2015 in News

Elections Canada is reporting a 71% increase in voter turnout at the Advance Polls. This is very encouraging! Yet the real test comes next Monday, October 19th.

Read more

HuffPost: Federal Election 2015: 2.4 million Canadians voted in three days, dwarfing 2011

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: The Huffington Post Canada
Author: Huffington Post Staff

Canadians headed to the advance polls in massive numbers this...

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CBC: Election campaign's final week sees party leaders digging in

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: CBC Staff

As the gruelling 78-day federal election campaign enters its last week, the main party leaders are looking...

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Toronto Star: Toronto holds onto its shameful title: Child poverty capital of Canada

Posted Oct 13th, 2015 in News

Source: The Toronto Star
Author: Laurie Monsebraaten

Toronto remains the child poverty capital of Canada, with 28.6 per cent of children...

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Let’s Build Canada Campaign Bulletin – October 5, 2015

Posted Oct 5th, 2015 in News

The fall weather is bringing cooler temperatures but with two weeks to go in the federal election the political rhetoric is heating up.

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Toronto Star: Conservatives swing into lead, close in on majority, new poll suggests

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: The Toronto Star
Author: Allan Woods

Stephen Harper’s Conservative party has taken a commanding lead in the federal election...

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CBC: Elections Canada warns staff to watch for dirty 'voter suppression' tricks

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Author: Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press

Elections Canada has quietly warned staff to be on the lookout for increasingly...

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CBC: Federal leaders' French-language debate: 5 elements to watch for tonight

Posted Sep 24th, 2015 in News

Source: CBC News
Authors: CBC Staff

Tonight's French-language debate may not get the same attention outside Quebec as the previous debates,...

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iPolitics: Mayors glad to see infrastructure on the election agenda

Posted Sep 21st, 2015 in News

Source: iPolitics
Author: Kyle Duggan

Three Canadian mayors say they are glad to see infrastructure front-and-centre in the current...

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