Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Should Provincial Leaders Endorse Federal Candidates?

Stock Photo – Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne | Photo Credit: Corporate Video Production Toronto by Joseph Morris

It’s the longest federal election campaign in recent history: an eleven week journey that could very well be captured on daytime television as a drama series. And why not? Its very announcement gave the country reason to debate! Most campaigns run their course in four to five weeks, with voters itching to get to the polls, if for no reason other than to celebrate the end of robo-calls and attack ads. This one will end up costing taxpayers even more than their trust when the phone rings. The controversies and debates are endless, from who knew what on the Duffy…

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