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Byelection News

Premier Wynne calls snap by-elections in Ontario

Surprising many and shocking just a few, the vacationing Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne, issued a press release setting August 1st, 2013 as the date when five vacated Liberal-held ridings will vote for a new Member of Provincial Parliament.

Yvonne Jones easily defeats Peter Penashue in Labrador byelection

Saint John's - Liberal candidate Yvonne Jones easily defeated former Conservative Party Cabinet Minister Peter Penashue in Labrador. Penashue, who had gambled that voters would prefer a representative at the government table over a backbencher came a distant second.

UKIP come second in Pemberton by-election

Wigan - The UK Independence Party continues to represent a significant threat to the three old parties, coming second in the Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council Pemberton ward by-election held on 4 April 2013.

Surprise British by-election win by Galloway

Bradford - George Galloway, leader of the Respect Party, has won a surprise by-election victory In Bradford, England. The Labour Party, which had held the seat for almost 30 years, finished second.

TDSB Trustee candidate Monica Batac wants to innovate classrooms Special

Toronto - Monica Batac, a classroom teacher that utilizes innovative teaching techniques, is in the race for the TDSB Trustee Ward 20 Scarborough-Agincourt by-election to give students and parents a voice to improve education.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's arts adviser quits, by-elections called

Toronto - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's special arts and culture adviser Jeff Melanson announced his resignation after accepting a position at Alberta’s prestigious Banff Centre. Meanwhile, by-elections have been called for City Council Ward 9 and TDSB Ward 4.

Ottawa: Date Set For Four Federal By-elections

The date for four federal by-elections has been announced by Canada's federal government. Canadians in four ridings will be going to the polls on March 17. Some see the timing as a political ploy.
 

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Toronto-Danforth independent candidate John Turmell speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in...
Toronto-Danforth independent candidate John Turmell speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the heart of the riding.
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Toronto-Danforth federal candidates standing up for an impromptu singing of  O Canada.
Toronto-Danforth federal candidates standing up for an impromptu singing of "O Canada."
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Toronto-Danforth Maple Party/independent candidate Leslie Bory speaking at the all-candidates debate...
Toronto-Danforth Maple Party/independent candidate Leslie Bory speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the heart of the riding.
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Toronto-Danforth Liberal candidate Grant Gordon (L) and NDP candidate Craig Scott.
Toronto-Danforth Liberal candidate Grant Gordon (L) and NDP candidate Craig Scott.
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Toronto-Danforth Canadian Action Party candidate Christopher Porter speaking at the all-candidates d...
Toronto-Danforth Canadian Action Party candidate Christopher Porter speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the heart of the riding.
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Toronto-Danforth Green Party candidate Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu speaking at the all-candidates debate/m...
Toronto-Danforth Green Party candidate Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the heart of the riding.
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Toronto-Danforth Liberal candidate Grant Gordon speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the...
Toronto-Danforth Liberal candidate Grant Gordon speaking at the all-candidates debate/meeting in the heart of the riding.
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