Is the country really split over the planned progressive coalition government? Is the city of Toronto?
It seems we'll find out on Saturday, as both the for and against points of view hold opposing rallies - and the country might see its most zelous proponents and detractors of a Liberal-NDP coalition clash in face-to-face protests.
The for side will head to Nathan Phillips Square at noon, one of 12 cities scheduled to participate in the country-wide pro-coalition demonstrations. The against side will be at Queen's Park at the same time.
The span of cities covered by anti-coalition activists is 11, albeit different cities than the pro side. (For instance, the pro-coalition groups are staying out of Calgary and other cities where clear political allegiances are drawn.)
If the public rallies are a litmus test of the support behind a governing coalition, Ottawa will be ground zero: both groups will be assembling Parliament Hill at the same time on Saturday.