I admit my bias - failbook is a mirage, like all "social media".
As of that blog, well, the last federal election in Kanuckistan, the "journalists", instead of getting out into the street and talking to people, did it the lazy way - following twatter and fartbook, which were basically being spammed by people on all sides.
So they missed the big stories - that the NDP was going to decimate the Liberals and that the BQ was going to lose so many seats that they would no longer have official party status in the House.
This worked out good for the Conservatives, because a lot of Ontario voters had the mistaken idea that the Liberals were going to be the #2 party, and people should vote Liberal if they didn't want the Cons to win - "don't vote NDP and split the vote".
Then again, there's been a few interesting pieces of leakage recently. For those who had to sit through the last Quebec referendum on sovereignty, it turns out that the feds refused to release the poll results from whether the RoC (Rest of Canada) would vote in favour of Quebec separation (as in, "kick them out"), citing "national security." So you KNOW what those polls said.
Of course, the concensus was, and still is, "don't let the door hit your ass on the way out - and btw, the borders go back to what they were at Confederation, so you lose all that northern territory, and btw #2, here's your share of the federal debt. Pay up."
Ultimately, it's going to come to that anyway. Quebec is fast approaching becoming North America's Greece - hugely indebted, no more room for raising taxes (kind of hard when you already have the highest taxes in the world). Two years ago, the OECD ranked Quebec public debt vs GDP (not including the share of the Canadian Federal debt) as the 5th-highest in the world. That's not good. None of the other provinces has even half as much debt vs their internal GDP.
It's only going to get worse, since Quebec policies don't exactly encourage businesses to stay (which is why Montreal went from Canada's financial and head-office center to being a shell over the last 50 years. People who argue about the "inevitable move west" ignore New York, still the US financial capital.)
Looking at things over the last couple of weeks, I've realized that nothing will ever change, no matter what, so the only real solution is, next referendum, Canada hold one as well and basically kick them out. So, since the Quebec situation is intractable (corruption really is too ingrained, unwillingness to change stupid language laws, too much pork-barrelling, lousy demographics), better to look at the next federal election in 3-1/2 years ... and moving to another part of the country well before then.