Canada 1993

Under Brian Mulroney, the PC party has governed Canada since 1984. A large recession, the fight over the GST, and the collapse of the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords destroyed Brian Mulroney’s final term. Kim Campbell has now been selected Prime Minister after Mulroney’s resignation. Now, Kim Campbell hopes to have a clean slate and salvage Progressive Conservative fortunes. But with an economic recession and Mulroney’s unfavorable policies still in voters’ minds, along with the rise of two strong regional parties in the West and Québec, will the new Prime Minister be able to hold off Chrétien’s Liberals?

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Quebec 2007 – Le choc des chefs

I pay tribute to malvail and his old scenarios for Forever which helped us a lot

After a bumpy mandate, Charest is seeking re-election. In front of him, the opposition seems weak, luckily for him, the PQ being torn by leadership troubles with André Boisclair as leader. However the ADQ rapidly going up in the polls in the last few months with the Dumont as a charismatic leader..

Could Premier Charest be re-elected? With a majority or minority? Will André Boisclair, first openly homosexual ruler of a great party in North America wins the election? Or will Mario Dumont, leader of the 3rd party, pursue his trend and become Leader of the Official Opposition, or maybe, Premier himself?

And what about Quebec Solidaire? Could this new force matters and bring any MP to the national assembly? By taking the Pequist stronghold of Mercier or Gouin in Montreal? To be continued…

MOD HERE : Quebec – 2007

(Take the mod in the zip and put it either in your user_scenario for Canada Infinity or British Infinity either in your scenarios in your Canada or British scenario file)

THERE ARE A LOT OF ALTERNATIVE LEADERS FOR EACH PARTY

The electoral map of Quebec is adapted to the leader you choose. Montréal and Laval will favorize a left-wing leader, Capitale-Nationale and Chaudières-Appalache will favorize a Center-Right leader.

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Note : To favorize Quebec Solidaire in the mod, Greens and Solidaires have been merged to make them competitive with big parties.

Parti Québécois

André Boisclair historical leader

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Pauline Marois arrived 2nd, former Minister and (PM in 2012)

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Former PM and OL of the Can opp as former Conservative Minister and Ch of the PQ Lucien Bouchard

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Former leader and PM Bernard Landry

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Actor Pierre Curzi

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Journalist Bernard Drainville

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Former finance minister Joseph Facal

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Louise Harel strong Montreal leader

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Gilles Duceppe chief of the Bloc Québécois at federal leve

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François Legault former Pequist Minister and Spokesperson of the Official Opposition

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Richard Legendre former Sport’s minister

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Parti Libéral du Québec

Premier Jean Charest

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Monique J-F economic minister

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Tom Mulcair former Liberal minister and NDP MP of Outremont for federal

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Pierre Paradis former Liberal Minister, left-wing!

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Philippe Couillard Healthcare minister

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Yvon Picotte former Pdt of ADQ and Bourassa Minister

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Yves Séguin former Liberal minister for economy, right-wing economic minister

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ADQ leaders

Mario Dumont, historical leader

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Sebastien Proulx, n°2 of the ADQ

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Gilles Taillon, former leader of the “Conseil du Patronat” economic right wing

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Quebec Solidaire and Green alliance

Amir Khadir, spokesperson and main ruler of the party

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Françoise David, spokesperson of the party

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Scott Mckay, Green leader (next PQ candidate for l’Assomption and Repentigny in 2008 and 2012 and PQ minister in next elections)

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Quebec 2018 – Change has come (events added)

Quebec – 2018 mod

In 2018, change is the keyword for the Quebec election. After being in power for 13 of the last 15 years (and the last 4 years), the incumbent Liberal party (PLQ) suffers from low approval ratings . Since autumn 2017, the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), with François Legault as leader, has been ahead of the PLQ in almost all the polls, with the Parti Québécois (PQ) – currently the official opposition – significantly behind them in third. Quebec Solidaire (QS), meanwhile, has merged with the independentist party Option Nationale, and is in fourth. It seems to be a two-way race between CAQ and PLQ, but with a lot of undecideds, the result is nowhere near certain. Will the CAQ be able to maintain its lead without alienating its base? Will the PLQ be able to win despite a historically low approval rate? Will the PQ be able to buck the trend and to keep its current seats, or even increase them? And finally, will QS be able to finally gain a seat outside Montreal?

Events :

Gertrude Bourdon announces she will run with PLQ, not CAQ

Le Bouyonec to resign, Eric Caire in trouble over a loan

Lisée won the Radio Canada debate

Manon Massé is impressive

Legault considered as unclear on immigration

Lisée asks Massé who rules Quebec solidaire during the third debate, the question is considered out of the corner by the animator

Medias start seeking who rules Quebec Solidaire

Premier Philippe Couillard under controversy : He tells a complete family can live with 75 canadian dollars by week.

Quebecers tell they want change

Here is a video like always from the party which won the election:

 

Quebec 2012 provincial Election (for Infinity version)

Quebec – 2012 2

After 9 years of power the Liberal Party of Quebec faces one of the greatest political crisis Canada ever saw. The students of Quebec are fighting against the raise of tuitons fees of 1625$ to an unprecedent amount of 3946$ per year. The pro independence Parti Québécois which leads the Official Oppositon and which faced one of its most historic crush in opinion polls took the side of the students like Quebec Solidaire. The new Coalition Avenir Quebec -a nationalist party- which started high in polls and led by the former pequist minister François Legault is now third in opinion polls and the Liberal Party faces the lowest opinion polls never received due to the scandals of corruption and the student crisis.

Can the PQ uses this crisis and at its benefit? Can the CAQ moves back first in opinion polls? Can the LPQ return the crisis at its benefit? Even more, the independentists of Quebec are now divided. The new Option Nationale -extremely independendist- and led by the former Pequist MP Jean Martin Aussant is winning supports among youngs, and Quebec Solidaire -also independentist- is increasing its supports. Despite the strategic vote, can they take votes to the Left, and essentially, the Parti Quebecois? Can the Parti Quebecois stops their expansion? The divided race is now open!

EVENTS:

-Dissolution asked by Jean Charest

-The Student Crisis

-Jean Charest: Pauline Marois wants a referendum on sovereignty!

-François Legault makes huge gains among independent voters

-Anticipation vote opens

Manitoba – 2016

Having rather caught the bug for scenario making, I moved on to Manitoba and present here a scenario for the 2016 general election in which the Progressive Conservatives defeated the NDP government.

Feedback of all sorts gratefully received, particularly with regards to issues and endorsers as I am sure there people out there with far more knowledge than I as to the intricacies of Manitoba politics.

Manitoba – 2016

 

PEI – 2015

A week or so ago, I thought I would try my hand at making a map and a scenario for PMI Canada, with the result being a scenario for Prince Edward Island’s 2015 general election, found below.

Any and all feedback anyone has to offer would be very helpful and very gratefully received – the issues are just the basic ones from the Canadian federal scenarios with those only relevant to the federal government removed and the only local endorsers I have are the two newspapers from Charlottetown and Summerside so any help there would be great!

PEI – 2015

Ontario 2018

Change is in the air. Ontarians have grown tired of the Liberals after 15 years in office. The Tories have just finished a tumultuous leadership race to replace the disgraced former leader, Patrick Brown. Can they maintain their 20 point lead or will Kathleen Wynne defy the odds and win re-election? It is Andrea Horwathís third election as NDP leader. Can the New Democrats capitalise on the unpopularity of the Liberals and chaos in the Conservative Party or will they remain the third party? It is far from certain who will lead the next government and if it will be a minority or majority government.

Ontario 2018

 

Nova Scotia 2017

During their term in office, the Liberals regularly polled above 50%. However, recent labour disputes with the NSTU has resulted in a slip in Liberal support. There are now talks about the possibility of Liberal minority or even a change in government. Can Stephen McNeil reverse these trends or will he be the leader of second one term government in recent history?

Nova Scotia- 2017