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I have decided to do a scenario for the recent election in British Columbia (which is right next door to my home Province of Alberta, and just north of the U.S. State I'd want to live in if I had to live in one - Washington; specifically Seattle). This election was so close, that the results of two constituency recount going on as we speak will determine if incumbent Liberal Party Premier Christie Clark (in British Columbia, unlike Federally in Canada or in any other Canadian Province other than Quebec, the Liberal Party is the main centre-right party, more in line with the Australian Liberal Party) can form a new government or whether a proposed New Democratic/Green coalition (the Green Party being in a coalition government is thus far unheard of in Canadian political history, Federally or Provincially, unlike in some governments in some European countries, where they've been a junior member), each by a paper-thin razor majority (like the ultra-tight majority Netanyahu's coalition had, not in this Knesset, but the one before).

 

 

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How conservative is the B.C Liberal compared to the national party?  

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1 hour ago, Sunnymentoaddict said:

How conservative is the B.C Liberal compared to the national party?  

More like the pre-2003 merger PC's than the Liberals, federally, but not quite as much as the Reform/Canadian Alliance/post-2003 merger Conservatives.

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Can't wait! Bit surprised you're from Alberta considering how right wing it is traditionally.

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Can you also make this for PMI- U.K given that Canada and the UK use the same election system so that everyone who has at least one of those games can play it

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3 minutes ago, republicaninnyc said:

Can you also make this for PMI- U.K given that Canada and the UK use the same election system so that everyone who has at least one of those games can play it

@Patine

That sounds like a tedious and repetitive undertaking, but I'll see what I can do...

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Just now, Patine said:

That sounds like a tedious and repetitive undertaking, but I'll see what I can do...

I'm thinking of getting it soon when i get it i'd be willing to help you with it.

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On 5/17/2017 at 0:13 AM, Patine said:

That sounds like a tedious and repetitive undertaking, but I'll see what I can do...

I might be wrong but given the similarities in the game engine, it might be possible for the campaign made for PMI Canada to just work in PMI UK without any changes. 

Either way, I'm very much looking forward to this scenario.

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