Libby Davies

Harper government, Justin Trudeau, Thomas Mulcair, Elizabeth May

Voter turnout should be as much of a concern as vote splitting in federal election

What if you have a party and nobody shows up?
Stephen Harper, Canadian politics, Green Party, federal election, 2015 election

Time for change in Vancouver East, and in Ottawa

What would make Vancouver East matter more than ever in Ottawa? Voting Green. Here's why.
Nathan Cullen photo by George Heyman

Nathan Cullen says Northern Gateway about more than pipeline

“It’s more than just about a pipeline. It’s about our voice and our right to speak,” said Cullen.

Everything you need to know about budget Bill C-38

As a Canadian, U.S. federal law enforcement agents will be able to arrest you on Canadian soil, and other important facts about the Harper government's budget bill C-38.
Libby Davies, NDP, Canadian politics,

Poll results showing NDP surge no surprise to Libby Davies

NDP MP Libby Davies says the recent surge for NDP support -- and decline for Conservatives -- is no surprise, given the income disparity in Canada.

Tories' deceptive attack on pensions jeopardizes future of Canadians under 54

Harper's Conservatives are attacking the future of Canadians under 54, deliberately pitting young people against older people. What to do about it?

Robocall scandal protested as citizens demand inquiry at second rally: video

On March 11, 2012, protestors gathered at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre to rally for an independent inquiry into the robocalls allegedly used during last year's elections to confuse voters.

NDP frontrunner Mulcair tackles electoral cooperation, Israel and marijuana at town hall

During a public event at W2 Woodward's, NDP leadership candidate Thomas Mulcair addressed key issues and took criticism over his position on Israel.

Premiers united in opposition to Conservatives' 'unilateral' health care decision

Premiers say they will band together to get the federal government back at the health care table, but will Ottawa budge from its increasingly tough stance?

Canada's health care: Premier downplays dangers while critics warn of creeping privatization

On the eve of a pivotal premiers' meeting on health care, Christy Clark praised innovation, while critics warned of a "back door" to privatization.