Stephen Harper

Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party of Canada, federal election 2015, Vancouver

Metro Vancouver’s multicultural voters start to lean Liberal

According to a new Insights West poll, Justin Trudeau holds the most support from East Asian, South Asian and South East Asian Vancouverites.

How the candidates portray themselves on Facebook

Prime Minister's Stephen Harper's Facebook was not considered a relevant tool for promotion until recently. As the following timeline shows, in the past year his social media team didn't bother to...

Refugee crisis: Mayors lead where Harper fears to tread in helping war victims

Mayors offer leadership to help refugees while federal government suggests more military action.

Battered battleground: Federal leaders focus on vote rich Ontario heartland

Party leaders clash in Canada's industrial heartland.

MUZZLED: Feds stifle singing scientist

Ottawa folksinger Tony Turner is organizing a cross-Canada singalong of the #Harperman hit song on September 17.
Erinn Broshko, Conservative Party, Vancouver Granville, BC ridings

ERINN BROSHKO: From humble prairie beginnings to Conservative candidate

Erinn Broshko started out as the political underdog in his riding but has quickly risen to prominence in Vancouver Granville.
Photo by Mychaylo Prystupa

Mulcair hits the city's three hot buttons: affordable homes, childcare and transit

Mulcair vows to create more than 50,000 quality childcare spaces in the Vancouver area, at a maximum rate of $15 per day, with participating provinces.
Elizabeth May at the first federal leaders' debate. CP Photo

FIGHT NIGHT: Breakout performance by May counts as a win for Harper

As Elizabeth May re-shuffles the electoral deck with a virtuoso debate performance, does she help Harper most?
Stephen Harper, federal election 2015, Conservative, polling

Why Stephen Harper needs B.C. voters

Experts say incumbent Stephen Harper can't win his majority without the support of B.C. voters.

Opinion: Clark selling out future generations to placate Malaysian oil and gas giant

Christy Clark’s about to drive another nail into the coffin of B.C.’s economic and environmental future. It’s such an unusual move for the B.C. legislature that so far it isn’t even listed on the...