I don't usually review non-sports lists, but I like Canada, and I want to branch out.
If you are using abbreviations in the table (CP, SP, NDP), then they need to be noted in the lead after the first iteration.
I would comment on the colors, but I think everything with them is OK. I think.
In the lead you mention that three Premiers are from the Conservative Party of Canada, but the table doesn't link to the Conservative Party of Canada, it goes to the provinces. Maybe this should be indicated in a key or in the lead.
No sort facilities - I would recommend adding a column to specify federation, province, territory, then add sort facilities.
If you aren't going to sort, only the first iteration of an element in a table needs to be linked (really just referring to the parties at this point).
I would change the name of "Notes" to "Ref", since there are no written notes, but only reference links.
To Reference, not to Ref, since readers may not understand what a ref is. -- SRE.K.Annoyomous.L.24[c] 23:52, 20 November 2008 (UTC)
References are, or should be, present and prevalent in every article on Wikipedia. They also direct to the references section. Aside from the obvious whitespace issues, Ref is sufficient. KV5 • Squawk box • Fight on! 00:35, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
Just put Reference just in case, since on Wiktionary, [http:www.en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Ref Ref] abbreviates three things. Also, I think think Ref is a word in the dictionary. -- SRE.K.Annoyomous.L.24[c] 00:50, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
With the amount of FLs that currently use a "Ref" column, I think either is acceptable. KV5 • Squawk box • Fight on! 01:17, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
Viewing the list on a standard 1152x864 monitor, "References" now takes up so much space that it makes the line break. I still recommend using "Ref" for this purpose. KV5 • Squawk box • Fight on! 14:54, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
The line break is created purposely. Gary King (talk) 16:24, 21 November 2008 (UTC)
"the newest Premier is Brad Wall of Saskatchewan, who assumed office on November 21, 2007." Isn't Eva Aariak the newest Premier?
"All but one of the Premiers are men, and were born in the province or territory that they now govern. The longest-serving Premier is Gary Doer of Manitoba, who has held the position since October 5, 1999; the newest Premier is Brad Wall of Saskatchewan, who assumed office on November 21, 2007. Doer, who was born in 1948, is also the oldest sitting premier; the youngest Premier, Robert Ghiz of Prince Edward Island, was born in 1974." this whole thing should be referenced.