June 18, 2015

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Stephen Harper's Senate appointments: Where are they now?

Since Harper first formed government in February 2006, only three of the senators he has named were elected; all others were straight-up, run-of-the-mill appointments. And...

Stephen Harper to promise SmartTrack funding

With a federal election looming, and GTA seats critical to his tough re-election fight, Harper will on Thursday give a huge boost to Tory's signature...

In an interview, Justin Trudeau defends voting for Bill C-51 - Maclean's

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has come under fire for having his MPs vote for government anti-terrorism legislation, and he talks about it in an interview.

Statement by Liberal Party of Canada Leader Justin Trudeau on Ramadan

(blog) (blog)“On the first day of Ramadan, Muslims in Canada and around the world will begin their month-long journey of fasting, prayer, and spiritual...

Tom Mulcair's NDP ahead of Liberals and Tories in new poll

The NDP is out in front of the Liberals and Conservatives as October's federal election draws closer, a new public opinion survey by Forum Research...

Stephen Harper seizes on Tom Mulcair's corporate tax rate stumble

MetroNews CanadaPrime Minister Stephen Harper seized on a stumble by Tom Mulcair over corporate tax rates during a radio interview to attack the NDP's economic...

Trudeau defends Liberal vote on Bill C-51 as the 'right' move for ...

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has strongly defended his party's decision to vote in favour of controversial anti-terror legislation, saying he was acting in the “best...