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Aaron Wherry

Aaron Wherry has covered Parliament Hill since 2007, including for the CBC since 2016.

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By Populist Demand

When urban and rural voters went separate ways January | February 2024
On the surface, the 2021 federal election changed almost nothing. Going into that contest, the Liberals and Conservatives held 155 and 119 seats, respectively. Coming out, they had 160 and 119. Justin Trudeau started the campaign with a minority government, and he finished with a minority government. Each party’s share of the popular vote barely budged from its numbers in the previous…