Last Tuesday, pseudo-Trotskyites like myself got hammered the country over to celebrate the fall of Canada’s longest lived conservative dynasty. Rachel Notley’s NDP routed the governing PCs, and Albertans decided to change their governing party for the first time in 44 years.
But observers across the country have started making some hasty predictions about what this swing implies for Federal and other provincial races.
With the holidays out of the way, it is time to say goodbye to those east-coasters returning to their schools, jobs and lives away from home. For contributor BD Allison, a trip home is seen as an opportunity to catch up on an array of Atlantic and Maritime bands.