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Kenney may see no end to Liberal majority soon

The former defence minister, employment minister and immigration minister, now the MP for Calgary Midnapore, will announce Wednesday he is seeking the leadership of the...

Willie breaks ranks, predicts more winter

There was Willie's 2016 Shadow Cabinet, which included Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown, local Tory MPP Bill Walker and Conservative MP Larry Miller, South...

Dairy farmers seek more processing

... to help compensate dairy farmers for any losses they experience from the TPP and the earlier Canada-European Union trade agreement, but it is unclear...

Huron-Bruce Liberals look to build on progress made during 2015 campaign

Despite the return of Conservative incumbent Ben Lobb, the Huron-Bruce Liberals look at the 2015 election as progress towards where they want to be. Huron-Bruce...

No Clear Winner at Huron-Bruce All-Candidates Meeting

It was standing-room only when Huron-Bruce candidates,including incumbent Conservative MP Ben Lobb (left) Liberal Allan Thompson, Green Party hopeful Jutta Splettstoesser and Gerard Creces of...

Rural focus at Keady meeting

Candidates for the Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound riding at an all-candidates meeting in Keady on Wednesday evening. From left are Liberal Kim Love, Conservative Larry Miller, NDP...

Have Protest

Shoreline Beacon - Will Travel in Saugeen ShoresShoreline Beacon... at the UNIFOR Family & Education Centre in Port Elgin, protested against a proposed auto parts...

London region still tough sell for NDP

In London North Centre, Vote Together has the parties tightly bunched, with Liberal challenger Peter Fragistakos in a slight lead ahead of Conservative Susan Truppe,...

Federal government error may have shortchanged thousands of low-income seniors

Conservative MP Alice Wong, Minister of State for Seniors, declined to comment on an error that shortchanged seniors receiving Guaranteed Income Supplement payments. (REUTERS FILES/Chris...

Political parties must be made accountable

Members of Brantford District Labour Council affiliates march on MP Phil McColeman's office on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 ... In 2014, for instance, the Conservative...

Conservatives make voting tougher for poor

Last year, when the Conservatives were pushing the Fair Elections Act through Parliament, Conservative MP Brad Butt stood up -- twice -- to claim he...

Jail time for Dean Del Mastro

Co-accused Richard McCarthy and his wife arrive at Simcoe St. Courthouse on Thursday June 25, 2015 at in Peterborough, Ont. Former MP Dean Del Mastro,...

Come back, David Dingwall. All is forgiven

The Conservatives, I'm sure you recall, used those words in a successful ad in the 2006 election, when they were presenting themselves as the agents...

Somali man charged in Amanda Lindhout's 2008 kidnapping

The Conservative's controversial anti-terror legislation, passed in the Senate earlier this month, gives the RCMP and Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) beefed up powers and...

Peter MacKay with Stephen Harper by his side, calls it quits

CBC.caPrime Minister Stephen Harper flew from Ottawa to Stellarton to praise MacKay, saying that MacKay deserves a place in Canada's history books for having the...

Parliament shooter's video to be released Friday

Liberal public safety critic and SECU vice-chairman Wayne Easter is hopeful the video will provide some insight into the motivation for the attack and could...

MPs debate changing O Canada lyrics

Costas Menegakis, parliamentary secretary for immigration and citizenship, argued changing the lyrics would be a slap in the face to Canadians. The lyrics haven't been...

MPs' $1.4B summer spending spree

Infrastructure/Quebec regional economic development Minister Denis Lebel was the biggest spender in cabinet this summer, having handed out $400.2 million in cheques, including $425,000 to...

Michael Sona found guilty of robocalls scheme in the 2011 federal election

Toronto Star But the NDP's Craig Scott, Opposition critic for democratic reform, said the verdict shows the opposite. The verdict puts a “dagger through the heart...