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Laureen Harper dismisses missing Indigenous women issue while speaking at cat video festival (VIDEO)

"If you'd like to donate to animals, we'd love to take your money," Harper shot back at an audience member who interrupted her speech at an cat video festival in Toronto.

Unfiltered voices: Kitimat votes today on controversial Northern Gateway pipeline

Today, citizens in the northwest coastal B.C. community of Kitimat are expected to make a record voter turn out for a plebiscite on Enbridge.

Dix grills Premier Clark over undisclosed post at private firm

Can a person chair a company for several years, and claim to have never done work for them? BC NDP MLA Adrian Dix asks Premier pointed questions about her past business dealings.

Former finance minister Jim Flaherty passes away "peacefully" in Ottawa

The former finance minister had distanced himself from politics only a month earlier, saying he would return to the private sector.

Greenpeace asks Elections Canada to investigate Ethical Oil

Greenpeace energy policy analyst Keith Stewart says Elections Canada should examine possible collusion between Ethical Oil and the Conservative Party.

BC Liberal Party director caught up in billion-dollar scandal in Ontario

Premier Christy Clark’s government is caught up in the scandal surrounding the Ontario Liberal government over the billion dollar-and-rising cost of cancelling two planned natural gas electricity...

Premier's ex-husband says Clark had insignificant ties to lobbying firm

From Mark Marissen's point of view, it's obvious that Clark has not been influenced by the firm's former clients.

Christy Clark partnered in Enbridge lobbying firm before becoming BC premier

B.C. Premier Christy Clark was a partner in a lobbying firm that was contracted by Enbridge and lobbied the federal government on the company's behalf, according to documents obtained by ...

Resilience is key to women's success in politics, former Australian PM Julia Gillard says

Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard was in Ottawa this weekend for the Broadbent Institute Progress Summit. Speaking to Raylene Lang-Dion from Equal Voice, a multi-partisan...

'Fair' Elections Act could disenfranchise half a million voters, says elections expert

The author of the Elections Canada report being used to back the Conservatives’ ‘Fair’ Elections Act says the government’s new bill could disenfranchise half a million voters....

Natural Resources Minister dodges questions on personal assets in energy sector

If the Natural Resources Minister has large investments in the energy sector, he stands to gain personally from political policies, an NDP critic says.