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Cuts to programs, a near miss in the Québec referendum, and a rapidly falling defecit have been the hallmarks of Jean Chrétien’s first mandate, and not all voters are happy about it. While Reform attempts to “break out” of the West into Ontario, the PCs and NDP try and rebuild from their disastrous 1993 finishes and the Bloc attempts to keep on despite the loss of Bouchard. Will Chrétien hold on? Prime Minister Jean Chrétien seeks his second term. The PC party, led by the popular Jean Charest, is hoping to rebound from its disastrous 1993 campaign. Can the Reform Party displace the Bloc and become the Official Opposition? Will the NDP be able to build a strong base in the Maritimes, and regain lost ground?
5 thoughts on “Canada 1997”
I was looking forward to this one! 🙂
I’ve just noticed that there are two Carleton-Gloucester ridings within this scenario that appear to be duplicates of one another, yet there are also still 301 seats in the scenario so there appears to be one missing, although I am not sure which one yet.
There also seems to be some confusion between Essex-Kent and Kent-Essex. At the 1997 election, Kent-Essex was contested and Essex-Kent no longer existed as far as I can tell, it’s rather confusing! However, in the game, both are there and the candidates for the Kent-Essex riding come under Essex-Kent.
Furthermore, Stormont-Dundas is duplicated as well.
The three missing seats are Beaches-East York, Elgin-Middlesex-London and Nepean-Carleton
Would you consider a Canada 1963?