LISPOP in the news
Published Oct. 21, 2015 in the Waterloo Region Record.
In business, it is said, a new CEO is strongest on day he or she takes over. The early days are the best time to shake up personnel, chop deadwood and impose new corporate objectives and strategies.
Published Oct. 20, 2015, on Yahoo News.
What you expected to happen on election night depended entirely on who you asked and when you asked.
The NDP was within reach of forming government; or there was a dead heat; or the Conservatives were pulling ahead; or the Liberals were surging.
The numbers game is an increasingly difficult one for pollsters who try and gauge voter intentions.
Published on Oct. 18, 2015, in the National Post.
Early in his career, former Ontario premier Ernie Eves won an election by just six votes and the nickname “Landslide Ernie” stuck with him, despite decades of electoral success that followed. The only person more annoyed by that narrow margin was his challenger who lost.
Published on Oct. 18, 2015, on Global News.
As the longest federal election campaign in recent memory draws to a close, experts say a minority government in Ottawa is almost guaranteed come Monday night.