CUSMA will come before parliament. Continue reading Trudeau outlines plan to pass trade deal
The Court of Appeal would not suspend the law. Continue reading Quebec’s religious symbols ban survives ruling
The PM talks to the press. Continue reading Trudeau conciliatory after election, will not form coalition
The Tories won the popular vote. Continue reading Election results show that Liberals stay in power
If the Liberals or Tories win a minority. Continue reading What happens if there is a minority government?
A letter to the editor. Continue reading Opinion: Consider the Green Party
A breakdown heading into the final week. Continue reading Federal race tight entering the final week of the campaign
The Liberals aim to hang on. Continue reading Conservative government likely as NDP rises: Polls
There are several choices. Continue reading Who do I vote for? Here are some resources.
Columnist Michel Johnson-Figueredo gives his take on federal gun policy. Continue reading Johnson-Figueredo: No, a gun ban will not curb violence
The Liberal leader reveals his platform. Continue reading Trudeau appealing to Ontario students in platform reveal
The information session will take place in October. Continue reading IGNITE holding federal election ‘pop up’
This comes ahead of a federal election. Continue reading Trudeau wore brownface to 2001 private school party
The election is set for Oct. 21. Continue reading Trudeau to launch federal election Wednesday
This will likely have a significant impact on the federal election. Continue reading Trudeau breaks ethics rules, commissioner says in report
A close election result was expected. Continue reading PCs projected as minority government in P.E.I.
The Alberta 2019 election comes to an end on Tuesday. Continue reading Albertans mark ballots after fierce campaign
Former Liberal Party Caucus member and MP Jane Philpott has said that PM Justin Trudeau has broken the law with his recent dismissal of herself and Jody Wilson-Raybould. The decision is leftr to the Speaker of the House of Commons Geoff Regan. Continue reading Jane Philpott says PM Justin Trudeau ‘broke the law’
Canadian politics continue to heat up ahead of a federal election this year. Continue reading Andrew Scheer hit with defamation lawsuit by PM
Former cabinet members Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott have been removed from the Liberal Party caucus and have released various statements on Twitter. Continue reading Jody Wilson-Raybould, Jane Philpott removed from Liberal caucus