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...
Polling results reveal a city fed up with Tories after four years of majority rule, citing C-51, climate change, and economic record as reasons to kick Harper out.
Greeted by passionate cheers on his West Coast stop, Mulcair demands inquiry into those slain or vanished and promises to step up efforts to save Syria's refugees.
Leaders, candidates, ideas, and emotions including a desire for stability, change, and a small dollop of disgust are driving B.C. voters to the polls this election.
The country is ready for an NDP government.
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.
As Elizabeth May re-shuffles the electoral deck with a virtuoso debate performance, does she help Harper most?
“The Liberals teamed up with Conservatives to pass the dangerous and ineffective Bill C-51... an NDP government would repeal Bill C-51,” NDP leader Thomas Mulcair said, garnering some of the loudest...
Politicians remember all too well the lambasting Liberal Party leader Stephane Dion took in 2008 when he proposed a carbon price. But evidence shows that times have changed, and so has Canada.
"As soon as I see name-calling or denigration, I ask, ‘What are they trying to hide?’”