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BATTLEGROUND ONTARIO: WHERE THE THREE POLITICAL PARTIES ARE EACH LOOKING TO GAIN SEATS AND ARE DUKING IT OUT, ELECTION STYLE. Current Seat Count: 21 Additional Seats Required for Majority: 33 Regions that Provide the Best Opportunity for More Seats: The North... Read More
Politics and political campaigns have become a staple in mainstream entertainment. Whether on House of Cards, Scandal or The Good Wife, political campaigns are regularly featured in primetime television. While not as glamorous as portrayed on television, real-life local campaigns... Read More
Over the past three to four years, the role of community manager has become central to organizations that actively use the social web for marketing, fundraising or campaign building. The traditional definition of a community manager is someone who represents an organization... Read More
Week two on the Ontario election campaign trail featured bumps on the leaders’ tours, candidate rallies, platform announcements and conflicting federal by-election calls in two GTA ridings adding to the race for voter support. H+K Strategies is today releasing its... Read More
It's heading into summer so maybe we'll catch a break. Keeping up with Facebook tweaks, algorithm manipulations, and refinements to privacy functionality is fatiguing. From my perspective as a user, most are fine in that they are made in the... Read More
There were few surprises during the unveiling of the 2014 Ontario budget yesterday at Queen's Park. As our public affairs team pointed out in their post-budget analysis, the Liberals tipped their hands on several key budgets issues in recent weeks... Read More
The sudden death of former finance minister Jim Flaherty, which happened less than 72 hours after Quebecers resoundingly elected a new government, quickly—and rightly—delayed detailed analysis of the result. But now that Canada has said farewell to Mr. Flaherty with... Read More
Certain Torontonians were quick to award the first #CityVote 2014 debate to Olivia Chow, but not surprisingly on Twitter, incumbent Rob Ford occupied most of the bandwidth. Our public affairs team set up a Radian6 analysis to track the number... Read More
News out of Beijing reported in The Globe and Mail’s March 12, 2014 Report on Business (ROB) suggests that Chinese investors are “skirting” foreign investment rules in Canada by focusing on transactions that cannot be blocked. Specifically, Chinese investors are... Read More