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Live blog: UBC experts analyse results of Canada's election

The University of British Columbia hosts a forum to analyse the results of the Canadian federal elections, which resulted in…

By Rosemary Keevil-Fairburn , in Elections , on October 15, 2008 Tags: ,

The University of British Columbia hosts a forum to analyse the results of the Canadian federal elections, which resulted in a minority Conservative government.

The speakers include Profs. Gerald Baier, Fred Cutler and Allan Tupper from the UBC Department of Political Science and Miro Cernetig, Vancouver Sun and Canwest professor at the Graduate School of Journalism.

(Due to a technical issue, the initial entries are under the wrong name. All entries are by Rosemary Keevil-Fairburn)

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  • […] If they really want to understand it, however, they’ll have to look back farther than the start of the campaign, suggested Allan Tupper, the Head of the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia.  He was speaking at a post-election forum held at the university on Wednesday, October 15, where he and three other political analysts sought to make sense of the election results. […]

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