Stephen Harper and Dalton McGuinty have reached an agreement to add 21 federal seats to Ontario. With hope of the Conservative Party gaining ground in Quebec gone, it appears the next election will be fought over these new ridings.
Frequent boundary changes across the country at federal and provincial levels of government are another great reminder of why political parties need to have regional organizing strategies and associations. Like this one.
What about B.C.? Will our seat count keep up with our population growth?