September 18, 2015

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Facing Autism in New Brunswick: The Environment Is Of Vital ...

The wizards that organized yesterday's leaders debate, hiding it so it could barely be found and excluding Elizabeth May did a disservice to all Canadians.

Perception shift: What Justin Trudeau won by losing his cool

The Justin Trudeau of ancient times—the long, long-ago days of 2013, when he won his party's leadership—was hoping he could win by being the opposite...

Stephen Harper Says Concessions Likely for Auto Industry in Pacific Trade Pact

OTTAWA—Canadian leader Stephen Harper signaled in an election debate late Thursday that he will make a concession on protections for the auto industry to conclude...

Joe Ceci vs. Stephen Harper: the war of words continues

Finance Minister Joe Ceci is firing the latest volley in the war of words between Conservative leader Stephen Harper and the Alberta NDP government. At...

Stephen Harper explains 'old-stock Canadians' comment

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper has elaborated on what he meant when he alluded to "old-stock Canadians" during last night's leaders' debate, saying it refers to...

Trudeau has narrow lead over NDP in Papineau, new poll suggests ...

Justin Trudeau is narrowly leading the pack of candidates in his home riding of Papineau, a new poll suggests.

An NDP-commissioned poll that puts Justin Trudeau in 2nd place in his own ...

According to the NDP, the New Democrats are poised to win Justin Trudeau's Montreal riding of Papineau. It is a little like my mother thinking...

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair to visit Regina on Friday

NDP leader Tom Mulcair will make a stop in Regina on Friday. Mulcair will visit a seniors centre on Winnipeg Street at 11 am. CTV...

A chart that will help you understand Stephen Harper's “Old Stock ...

The phrase from last night's Canadian leadership debate (for those of you who aren't Canadian, there's a national election going on) is the one uttered...

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May dominates debate on Twitter

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May was not in attendance at the Globe and Mail's leader debate in Calgary on Thursday, but on Twitter she may...

Sept. 18: Thomas Mulcair and matters orange. Plus other letters to the editor

After six weeks of an intense campaign, voters still don't know who Thomas Mulcair really is. Traditional NDP supporters worry that policies dear to them...

In rare (for me) praise of Elizabeth May : Contrarian

I first met Elizabeth May when she was 21 and I was 30. Together we fought a government plan for spruce budworm spraying in Cape...

Invited or not, Elizabeth May made herself heard on Twitter during federal debate

Macleans.caWhile Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and Conservative Leader Stephen Harper battled it out over whose economic vision would best lead Canada...

John Ivison: A little Angry Tom goes a long way as Mulcair outpoints rivals

It's a unanimous decision — or it should be. Tom Mulcair, the NDP leader, won Thursday's election debate rumble on points. There was no knock...

Elizabeth May inserts herself into debate on the economy via Twitter ...

Elizabeth May fired a volley of digital salvos in the campaign debate on the economy, tweeting on trade, infrastructure, clean energy and job creation.

Elizabeth May interjects: 'Sorry, Mr. Harper. Fact check.' - Macleans.ca

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May arrives at a campaign event where she released the party's platform in Vancouver, B.C., on Wednesday September 9, 2015. A...