This book explores the 2019 Canadian Federal Election through a political marketing framework. Justin Trudeau’s leadership appeal, coupled with the differentiation of Canadian politics from American politics over recent elections, has contributed to a spike in interest for politics in the Canadian context. This collection provides in-depth quantitative and qualitative research of different aspects of this election, including the attempted re-branding of the Conservative Party under Andrew Scheer, the marketing of the NDP with the selection of the first visible minority party leader in Canadian history, the political marketing of the Bloc Québécois, Green Party, and People’s Party and, foremost perhaps, the brand maintenance of Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada. The book also looks at campaign marketing, and considers how the parties in this election utilized market intelligence, consumer data and vote targeting, and wedge issues during the campaign.
Jamie Gillies is Associate Professor of Communications and Public Policy and Executive Director of the Frank McKenna Centre for Communications and Public Policy at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, Canada.
Vincent Raynauld is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Emerson College in Boston, USA, Research Associate in the Groupe de recherche en communication politique (GRCP) at Université Laval in Québec, Canada, and Affiliate Professor in the Département de Lettres et Communication Sociale at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada.
André Turcotte is Associate Professor in the School of Journalism and Communication and in the Riddell Program in Political Management at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
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