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Federal election 2019: Analyzing the regional battlegrounds

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Although the national campaign and the leaders' personality will draw a lot of attention, local issues—and how the parties address them—will play a big role in determining which way the votes go in October. Considering how much Canada’s political landscape has changed over the last four years, it’s safe to say that a lot of seats are going to be at stake, and the race is going to be close in many ridings.

With that in mind, our experts take a look at what the barometer issues, narratives, questions and other “X factors” will be in some of Canada's key battlegrounds throughout the upcoming campaign.

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Written by Andrew Richardson | Jeffrey Ferrier

Regional battleground: British Columbia
July 18, 2019