The man whose party won the most seats in P.E.I.'s provincial election Tuesday says he does not expect to seek a formal coalition agreement with the Greens or Liberals, and his Tories will forge ahead as a minority government.
After making history by leading his party to official Opposition status in P.E.I.’s provincial election, Green Party Leader Peter Bevan-Baker said he believes that success can be matched on the federal level in October.
Voters in P.E.I. have shed their century-old embrace of the Island's two-party system, electing a Tory minority government and handing the upstart Green party official Opposition status for the first time.
A Liberal candidate who won his seat in the Prince Edward Island legislature by a coin toss says he felt a little tense as he watched the currency rolling across the floor and bounce off the leg of a chair.
Six weeks after becoming premier of Prince Edward Island, Wade MacLauchlan is putting his job on the line by calling an election on promises of greater political engagement and a better economic future.