October Elections.

No this isn't click bait.

And there are some elections in October.

To our important neighbors to the north, Canada.

There is a quality article in the New York Times about this upcoming elections and what may happen, it's more from a political bent than some of the research I've done on my own, but the ultimate conclusion(s) are both the same: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper may be in trouble.

New York Times article: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/16/opinion/sunday/the-closing-of-the-canadian-mind.html?_r=0PM Stephen Harper. Canadian Elections On October 19th. There Might Be A Change.Canada Has Substantial Reserves Of Commodities Like Crude Oil. A Decline In Price Affects Their Economy.

As all of you know the price of benchmark West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil (WTI) is down substantially from a year ago when it was trading for over $90.00 a barrel. Just yesterday it settled for $39.00 and change with continuing energy analyst statements that that market is "oversupplied."

My research says that the low price of oil and it's impact(s) upon their (GDP)will have more influence upon the upcoming election than will the NJT assertions about "secrecy" and "leadership" of the prime minister.

Different politics. Different strategies.