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  1. Winnipeg has always been a Left leaning socialist city. The same cannot be said about rural Manitoba.
  2. So the woman-beating, drunk driving mysoganist is defeated by an ex-Curling champ that is out of touch with the people.
  3. Today is the Manitoba election. Polls indicate that the Conservatives have a 13 point lead over the NDP, while the Liberals and Greens are far behind. Since all parties have no direction, and are led by unremarkable people, expect another four more years of underperforming and mediocrity.
  4. I realize that. You brag about how many you have on ignore all the time on the other forum.
  5. Fossil fuels helped pay for the transfer payments nearly every other province received. Why bite the hand that feeds you?
  6. Andrew Sheer is a weak candidate. If the Conservatives had ran with a competent leader, the Liberals would go down in defeat
  7. Winston Churchill. Barack Obama Duff Roblin Peter Mackay Jesse Ventura
  8. Sealioning: The subtle art of trolling, involving bad-faith questions. To disingenuously frame your conversation as a sincere request to be enlightened, placing the burden of educating one entirely on the other party. If your bait is successful, the other party may engage, painstakingly laying out their logic and evidence in the false hope of helping someone learn. In fact you are attempting to harass or waste the time of the other party, and have no intention of truly entertaining their point of view. Instead, you react to each piece of information by misinterpreting it or requesting further clarification, ad nauseum.
  9. House of Commons seats: Atlantic Provinces 32 Manitoba/Sask 28 Population: Atlantic Provinces: 2,417,000 ManiToba/Sask: 2,531,900 Even if the Conservatives win the popular vote, they could lose the election, and even contend with a Liberal majority due to the way the electrical boundaries are drawn up.
  10. House of Commons seats: Quebec 78 Alberta/BC 76 Population: Quebec: 8,452,200 Alberta/BC: 9,397,000 What's wrong with this picture?
  11. Population of Canadian CMA's: 1. Toronto 6,341,900 2. Montreal 4,255,500 3. Vancouver 2,650,000 4. Calgary 1,486,100 5. Edmonton 1,420,900 6. Ottawa-Gatineau 1,414,900 7. Winnipeg 832,200 8. Quebec 817,400 9. Hamilton 786,600 10. Kitchener-Waterloo 567,700
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