I always enjoy election-night specials, especially if you're up till four in the morning and it's still neck-and-neck. In the case of Monday's general election in Quebec, it was all over about 20 minutes after polls closed. Still, I enjoyed swinging by the Sun News Network in Toronto, and joining Eric Duhaime and Monte Solberg on the pundit panel. (Dear old Catsmeat Kinsella graciously gave up his seat for me.) As I said to Eric, it's remarkable to think that Pauline Marois' 18-month interlude between Liberal majority governments makes her premiership and her ministry the least consequential in the PQ's history.
Here's a few moments from earlier in the evening with me and election-night anchors David Akin and Caryn Lieberman:
~Tomorrow morning I'll be joining Toronto's Number One morning man John Oakley to talk Quebec landslides and other issues live at 8.30am Eastern.