Harper

Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair at the Vancouver Art Gallery. CP file photo

How low can Harper's B.C. numbers go?

A new Insights West poll indicates Conservatives are in deep trouble in B.C. as their support collapses to 22 per cent.
Stephen Harper. Canadian Press photo

Harper's 'quick wit' is brought to you by actual funny guys — and I should know

The joke is on all those who don't know about the speechwriters, says Vancouver journalist/playwright/performer Mark Leiren-Young.
Lori Shenher, former VPD Det-Const

RCMP should question Harper, says criminal investigations expert

The prime minister and others need to be interviewed, given UBC law professor Ben Perrin’s evidence, says Shenher.
Benjamin Perrin, former legal adviser to Harper. CP photo

DUFFY TRIAL: Former PMO lawyer bucks Harper on Senate residency rules

The Crown took Perrin through early PMO discussions around Duffy's contentious Senate expenses Thursday.
Shelby Thom in her element. (Credit: Shelby Thom via Twitter).

CKNW reporter ejected from Harper rally, as Conservatives struggle to control message

Shelby Thom made the grave error of raising the issue of legalizing marijuana.
Nigel Wright at Ottawa Courthouse. Elizabeth McSheffrey photo/VO

DUFFY TRIAL: Wright hand flops in court

After the rote pleasantries, Duffy's lawyer Bayne gets under Wright’s skin.
Mulcair in Vancouver (file photo - video still)

Don't fall for Harper's anti-terrorism gimmick, Mulcair tells reporters at Vancouver rally

With the shadow of the Mike Duffy trial looming larger than ever, Stephen Harper campaigns to crack down on homegrown terror threats.
The four federal party leaders have a long campaign ahead of them.

How B.C. can beat Harper in the 2015 election

Pollsters and academics say the key for voters wanting to unseat Harper is to follow party trends in the ridings rather than at the provincial or national level.
Trudeau photo-op fodder for social media (Twitter)

AND THEY'RE OFF: Federal leaders' debate trumps sports at some city bars

Green party leader Elizabeth May is expected to stick it to Harper over the $150 billion he added to the federal debt.
FEDERAL ELECTION: The nation's high-stakes poker game

FEDERAL ELECTION: The nation's high-stakes poker game

Fast forward to Oct. 20 — the morning after the longest federal election in history, and Canada has just woken up to a hung parliament. No party has a majority of federal seats. Experts suggest a...