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Federal election 2019 roundup: Scheer releases costed platform, but gets ripped for the timing
Leaders try to head off surging Bloc Québécois in final French-language debate
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau appealed to francophones concerned about climate change to elect a Liberal government “full of Quebecers” and defeat the Conservatives during the final debate of the election campaign, in an attempt to beat ...
Kings-Hants candidates appeal to crowd at packed forum in Greenwich
It was nearly a full house at the Horton High School Performance Centre. The auditorium seats were full of attendees eager to see the candidates make their cases for being elected as the next Kings-Hants MP, a title long held by Scott ...
SINGH SOARS: NDP leader's approval rating rises, Trudeau has highest disapproval rating: Poll
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s rising approval ratings are on the verge of threatening the Liberals in key battleground provinces, a new online national public opinion poll from Campaign Research suggests. “Jagmeet Singh has caught ...
Central Nova candidates answer to a full house at Merigomish Q&A event
Boat Harbour, climate change and rural economic development - Central Nova candidates tackled it all at a Q&A event on Oct. 9 in Merigomish. All six candidates spoke to a full-house at the Merigomish Schoolhouse Market & Cafe. ...
Federal election 2019 roundup: Singh lists his priorities, as parties brace for minority government
The leaders are all preparing for the French-language debate today, although Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is making time for a visit to a pumpkin patch outside Ottawa. In this live story, we’ll be tracking the campaign news as it happens ...
Kicked out of the party, but not out of politics: Ex-Liberal Jane Philpott holding her own as independent
MARKHAM, Ont. — It was perhaps no coincidence that Liberal leader Justin Trudeau was campaigning Wednesday in the riding once held by former trusted, high-profile Cabinet minister Jane Philpott. Philpott, the former Liberal Treasury Board ...
Dal student's website cuts through jargon to compare parties' eco-platforms
Isabelle Hurley knows that the climate crisis ranks high on voters’ minds as they prepare to cast ballots in the Oct. 21 federal election. “When all the parties were releasing their environmental platforms, I found them confusing to ...
UPDATE: Candidates outline fears and hopes for Egmont
When asked what issues kept them up at night, the four federal candidates in Egmont had no trouble thinking up fears. The four candidates – Liberal incumbent Bobby Morrissey, Conservative candidate Logan McLellan, Green candidate Alex Clark ...
Election 2019: The curious story of "independently" not-Conservative candidate Heather Leung
The Conservative Party of Canada ousted Heather Leung but the Burnaby North—Seymour candidate, now running “independently,” hasn’t made this entirely clear to voters and will still be listed on ballots as the Conservative ...
Campaign signs stolen or defaced as federal election heats up in West Nova
Ron Trimper’s had six election signs stolen and three others have been defaced with black spray paint. He’s a big supporter of the West Nova Liberal candidate Jason Deveau. Wayne Atwater is working on the Chris d’Entremont ...