Canadian Federal Election
Riding-by-Riding Prediction

Current Prediction:
Riding Profile:

Liberal Party:
Robert Bertrand
Bloc Québécois:
Johanne Deschamps
Canadian Alliance:
Judith Grant
Progressive Conservative Party:
Benoit Larocque
New Democratic Party:
Melissa Hunter
Natural Law Party:
Eleanor Hyodo
Marxist-Leninist Party:
Christian Legeais
Thomas J. Sabourin
Green Party:
Gretchen Schwarz

Robert Bertrand

Previous Result:

Surrounding Ridings:

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22/10/00 A.S. Email:
The nationalist Labelle-Maniwaki part is safely outstripped by firmly federalist Pontiac and the lower Gatineau. That it fell into Bertrand's hands in the big Bloq bubble of '93 ensures its safety.
03/11/00 Dynamo Email:
First point I want to make is that for this riding you show the Alliance candidate as belonging to the Bloc. Judy wouldn't appreciate that! The second thing I would like to say is that I am a biased correspondent. I work for the Alliance Campaign. If you want to disregard my opinions, so be it. Anyways, I don't think this riding is a liberal lock. According to The Hill Times, the liberal candidate is maybe in a bit of trouble. I'm working and hoping it will not go Bloc, but instead will move to the Alliance. We have a large campaign team, three campaign offices, a well-known, trusted candidate, and there seems to be as of yet no PC candidate. And we have a number of key supporters in Maniwaki in the north that may give us more votes there than would be expected. Miracles can happen!
20/11/00 FPG Email:
Too many Anglos here for the Bloc candidate to have any chance. This is a Liberal riding and will remain so, despite the personal popularity of Alliance candidate Judith Grant, who will capture the votes of a certain number of Anglos who are angry with the PQ Government in Quebec City (I know this doesn't seem rational, but...)

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