• Sep 14, 2019
  • Media

How the parties deal with fizzles and flops on the campaign trail

A voter casts a ballot in the 2011 federal election in Toronto on May 2, 2011. The acting head of Elections Canada put his support behind the Trudeau Liberals attempt at rewriting federal election rules, but warned more needed to be done to limit the influence of foreign money at the ballot box and put stricter privacy standards on federal parties. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young


Earnscliffe’s Yaroslav Baran, crisis communications advisor, weighs in on what happens when crisis hits during a campaign launch, and how to move past controversy and back onto your message track on CBC’s The HouseClick here to listen.

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