Building Blocs

A blog about the mechanics of elections in Canada: votes, candidates, dollars, and so on. Projections, models, insights.

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The Green Party of Canada Has Lost 11,000 Members

Anyone who follows Canadian politics is aware of the Green Party’s catastrophic performance in the 2021 election. After the party failed to nominate a full slate of candidates and saw its support collapse to 2.3% of votes Canada-wide, then-leader Annamie Paul publicly announced her resignation, comparing her experience as leader to crawling over brokenContinue reading “The Green Party of Canada Has Lost 11,000 Members”

Greens Fail to Nominate Full Slate; up to $1,000,000 of Public Funding At Risk

The deadline to nominate candidates for the September 20th election has passed, and for the first time in two decades, the Green Party has failed to nominate a full slate. On August 15th, I raised the possibility that the Greens might fall short, nominating somewhere in the neighborhood of 245 candidates. As I writeContinue reading “Greens Fail to Nominate Full Slate; up to $1,000,000 of Public Funding At Risk”

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