Riding the (hypothetical, high-speed) vote train

Michael Ignatieff shows up in Quebec City, stands beside mayor, says he fully supports mayor’s “cherished” project of a high-speed train to Windsor. This is a transparent play for the affections of two key demographics: (a) Quebec City mayors and (b) TGV-obsessed blogger/pundits. But at least Ignatieff is in Quebec, working to consolidate the modest advantage he’s shown in recent polls, and hunting bigger electoral game than Elizabeth May.

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