See: Quaids in Canada
"The election became something of a referendum on Harper’s approach to government, which, in the view of his critics, has been heavy-handed and often focused on issues important to core Conservative supporters, mostly in the West, rather than to much of the population.
The focus of the campaign fluttered among issues, including a scandal over Conservative senators’ expenses; antiterrorism measures Harper introduced; pensions; the stagnation of the economy brought about by plunging oil prices; the government’s handling of refugees; the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact; and Harper’s attempts to ban the wearing of face veils known as niqabs during citizenship ceremonies....
Btw, I didn't need to be told twice.
Penny for your thoughts
If they are happy, I'm happy.
Also see: Hold the Cheers
For Canada, Justin Trudeau’s election offers change of tone
"The showing was the Liberals’ best in 40 years, and reestablished the party as a national force, rather than one that relied heavily on one province, Ontario, for support. They drew votes away not only from the Conservatives, but also from the New Democrats, the other major opposition party of the center-left. The New Democrats, who led in the polls early in the campaign, wound up losing more than half their seats in Parliament, as well as any hope that the Liberals would be dependent on their backing to govern."
Looks like the New Democrats were on the wrong side of the fix and the more e$tablished "liberals" benefited from the narrative.
By the looks of it, new Canadian leader is social media’s dream
I'm of the opinion that I'm just not interested in the me$$anger there. Sorry.