September 15, 2015

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Green Party leader Elizabeth May rallies in Guelph

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May rallied in Guelph on Tuesday in support of the Green's Guelph candidate, Gord Miller. She joined supporters on Stone Road...

Alberta government's decision to hike taxes made recession worse ...

Premier Rachel Notley of Alberta has exacerbated that province's recession because of her government's decision to raise taxes at a time when oil prices are...

Stephen Harper promises new tax credit for single, widowed seniors

A re-elected Conservative government would offer a new tax credit for single and widowed seniors, party leader Stephen Harper said Tuesday. Harper announced the $2,000...

Tom Mulcair, Justin Trudeau confirm participation in Munk Debates

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau have confirmed their participation in a leaders' debate on foreign issues despite having raised concerns about...

Elizabeth May to tweet her way into Globe and Mail debate

Elizabeth May is not letting the lack of an invitation keep her out of Thursday's election debate on the economy. The Green Party leader plans...

Federal surplus is good political news for both Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair

How rare it is, especially during an election campaign, to see any kind of agreement between two political rivals considered ideological opposites, particularly on anything...

Justin Trudeau promises $750M for training programs for skilled trades

Tom Mulcair says Justin Trudeau is on the "golden oldies" tour by bringing former prime ministers Jean Chrétien and Paul Martin along on the campaign...

Mulcair under fire for calling Toronto 'Canada's most important city'

That's what happened to NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair on Monday, when he called Toronto "Canada's most important city" while answering a question at a campaign...

Stephen Harper is done: Gwyn

National ObserverAnd this is that as soon as the election is held, Stephen Harper will cease to be Canada's prime minister. The task still ahead...