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What Canadian parties can learn from the Conservative Party's fundraising success

The Conservative Party of Canada's record-breaking year for fundraising is due to their aggressive and strategic targeting of key ridings since 2004, according to a former top adviser to Prime...

Nycole Turmel choice underscores NDP's commitment to women: Linda McQuaig

As a woman takes the helm of the NDP, during Jack Layton's leave, other women are applauding the party's choice. "I think Nycole Turmel is a great choice," said Linda McQuaig, a Toronto-based...

MPs lap up free trips courtesy of groups, foreign governments

OTTAWA - From Disney to Doha, MPs are lapping up free travel courtesy of foreign governments, advocacy groups and business organizations. An analysis by The Canadian Press of sponsored travel reports...

Snapshot: Votes vs Seats

DECISION 2011: NDP voters will be proportionally represented in the new government. Everyone else ... not so much.

An election filled with firsts: let the good times roll

DECISION 2011: For Stephen Harper, it's a chance to govern for all Canadians. For Jack Layton, the work has just begun.

The Liberals' historic defeat: living in interesting times

DECISION 2011: Toronto helped Stephen Harper to a majority. The NDP is the Official Opposition. The Bloc has only two seats, and the Greens have one. Not a bad news day.

Candidate profile: Adriane Carr, Vancouver Centre, Green Party

DECISION 2011: If an election could be won by sheer enthusiasm, Adriane Carr would have this one in the bag by now.

NDP under more scrutiny as it enters the big leagues

'Not the first time people have put a target on my back,' Layton says.

Project Democracy website educates Canadians on strategic voting in federal campaign

Canadians tend to be a left-leaning bunch. Because of our 'first-past-the-post' voting system, however, we can end up with a Conservative majority government with just 35 percent of the popular vote...

Coalition: the c-word in this year's Canadian election

It was an innocent enough question: why is Ignatieff so opposed to a coalition? The answer I got made me curious about what we mean when we talk about coalition here in Canada.