Liberals and Conservatives are deadlocked but polling indicates that a majority of Canadians want a progressive government

Regardless of who forms the next government, this election has polarized the country and greatly exacerbated political fault lines: along geography, education, gender and the key issues at play. The truth is that many Liberal and Conservatives harbour a disdain bordering on hatred for the rival party’s leader. And it is revealing that polling indicates that Conservative supporters who deeply dislike Justin Trudeau also dislike NDP leader Jagmeet Singh. So why would the same voters who disdain Trudeau also dislike Singh? Pollster Frank Graves and commentator Michael Valpy see the emergence of two distinct blocks of voters in Canada. One block consists of "people...

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Huge legislative setback for Uber in California

California legislators approved a landmark bill on Wednesday that requires companies like Uber and Lyft to treat contract workers as full employees, a move that could reshape the gig economy and that adds fuel to a years long debate over whether tens of millions of workers globally are being mis-classified as independent contractors, as opposed to employees. California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, endorsed the bill this month and is expected to sign it by mid October. Under the measure, which would go into effect Jan. 1, workers must be designated as employees instead of independent contractors...

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