A day after the Prairie Dog duly mocked corporate-ordered endorsements of the Harper Cons (which should be entirely familiar based on past campaigns), we’ve seen a spate of newspapers falling in line. And I’ll argue that there may actually be more reason to be concerned than usual about the impact of those new messages.
Plenty . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: On late definitions
Here, for instance, is me chatting with Paul Dechene.
(And to correct myself, the impending provincial election is the second under fixed election dates – though the first where it’s lining up with an associated federal election.)
Here, on how the Regina Chamber of Commerce is taking election misdirection to new lows in this fall’s municipal campaign.
For further reading…– Vanda Schmokel pointed out the same issue earlier this week.– The Chamber’s Regina Votes site is here. The City of Regina’s official site with the same theme is here. The City’s rules . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: New column day