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Apples Cooked in Butter and Brown Sugar

I think it’s appropriate to have a warming, sweet interlude when watching tonight’s election coverage in Canada; go Liberal majority and out with Harper! I’m eating these in my pajamas listening to the speeches, so thankful that I’m celebrating the end of the Conservative party as we know it. 248 more words


Open Sources Show Notes for Election Night 2015

Tomorrow, Canadians – or at least the ones that haven’t been to the polls already – will vote for the 42nd Parliament of this Confederation. Then, tomorrow night, … 277 more words

2015 Federal Election

Elections Canada prepares for heavy voter turnout in Monday's election

OTTAWA – Elections Canada is making preparations to cope with what the agency expects will be a heavy voter turnout for Monday’s election.

The agency says returning officers in individual ridings can either add additional staff to count ballots or if extra workers aren’t available, the vote count can start before the polls actually close. 139 more words


Citizen Cane - and Doughnut (November 27, 2012)

Many kind, regular readers are well aware of my affinity for riding my bicycle, affectionately nicknamed L’il Red, as I traverse across the great city of Chicago. 812 more words

Contemplating My Navel (Personal Blog)

Covering Cardiff North on election night...

Chloé Farand is a Journalist at Cardiff University and covered the seat of Cardiff North on election night. Here were here thoughts of the contest: 194 more words

Cardiff North

Early Election Results In For LA City Council, LAUSD Board Seats

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Voters are choosing one new Los Angeles City Council member to replace Tom LaBonge, who has now termed out, and deciding the outcomes of three school board races tonight. 167 more words


The election result

Firstly, a huge thanks to everyone who joined me here on WordPress and on Twitter on election night. I didn’t start out intending to keep a running commentary going, but as the extraordinary night unfolded, I couldn’t help but keep going with real-time updates. 4,645 more words

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