Evening Brief: The knives come out
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The People’s party isn’t going away
The celebration inside the Saskatoon Inn’s ballroom on Monday night might as well have been one of victory, despite what the seat tallies on CTV’...
The dangerous divide between rural and urban Canadians
Observers who say the federal election changed nothing, and returned the same slate of MPs to Ottawa, ignore a dramatic and disturbing trend in Monday’s voti...
What opposition parties plan to push in the next Parliament
Monday’s federal election gave Canadians another minority Liberal government, but all the parties spent the last few weeks developing and advocating for poli...
Vote counting continues in 12 ridings still too close to ...
Vote counting continues today in 12 ridings across the country with narrow margins between the leading candidates — in some cases as narrow as 100 votes or l...
Vote counting continues in 11 ridings still too close to ...
Vote counting continues today in 11 ridings across the country with narrow margins between the leading candidates — in some cases as narrow as 100 votes or l...
Blanchet urges first ministers’ summit on health funding
Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet has asked newly re-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold a summit on health-care funding with Canada’s p...
After Monday's vote, the federal Conservative caucus will...
Only six of the Conservative candidates leading or elected in 119 ridings across the country are Black, Indigenous or a person of colour (BIPOC) — a share of...
Alberta Health minister’s shuffle to Labour disappoints u...
Alberta union leaders are disappointed that Tyler Shandro has been shuffled from the province’s Health ministry to Labour and Immigration. By appointin...
Expelled Liberal candidate says he'll sit as an Independent
Former Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong says that he'll sit as an Independent if he wins his close race in his Toronto riding — even though the Liberals cut tie...
Cheer up, Tories. And don’t do that stupid thing you’re t...
Jen Gerson: Let Justin Trudeau and the Liberals eat every morsel of cake coming to them, because time and circumstances are finally on your side. The post Ch...
Liberals to face pressure to move quickly on fiscal plan ...
The Trudeau Liberals may soon start feeling the pressure to move quickly on spending and tax plans, buoyed by a more optimistic outlook for federal finances ...
Bloc leader calls on Trudeau to hold summit on health tra...
Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to convene a summit with his provincial and territorial counterparts...
Conservative Christianity and the PPC
Nobody ever thought they’d be a serious contender for government but whether we like it or not, the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) made an impression in this...
The Sprout: U.K. deal to avoid carbon dioxide shortage ex...
Good day and welcome to the Sprout, where it’s National Eat Local Day and National Ice Cream Cone Day — a fitting way to say farewell to summer a...
The Sprout: U.K. deal for CO2 expected to increase food c...
Good day and welcome to the Sprout, where it’s National Eat Local Day and National Ice Cream Cone Day — a fitting way to say farewell to summer a...
Net Zero: China to stop financing coal-fired power plants...
Welcome to Net Zero, your daily industry brief on clean energy and Canadian-resource politics. The Lead During his address at the United Nations General Asse...
A shakeup in Alberta and trouble ahead for Kenney, O’Tool...
Politics Insider for Sept. 22, 2021: The health minister is out in Alberta; questions about Trudeau and O'Toole; the new kids on Parliament Hill The post A s...
The campaign look back: Ottawa candidates who didn't win ...
Packer: Given Canada's election outcome, a coalition migh...
If there is one clear lesson from the voting results, it is that there is a range of political views across the country and that none alone enjoys anything c...
Canada has shifted to the left
Stephen Maher: Elections allow us to get a better read on what the public wants. And the results—and where the parties moved—point to a clear trend. The post...
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The age of minority governments has arrived. Can the part...
It's always dangerous to assume that what has happened in politics will continue to happen. But with the results of the 2021 federal election now in (or near...
Experts call for an overhaul of Canada's national securit...
The newly re-elected Liberal government will have to hit the ground running on the world stage as U.S. President Joe Biden pledges new era of vigorous compet...
O'Toole says he's disappointed with election loss, ducks ...
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole said Tuesday he's disappointed with his party's performance in an election that returned his Liberal opponent to power with ...
Evening Brief: Post-election post-mortem
Today’s Evening Brief is brought to you by iPoliticsINTEL. Get a concise snapshot of the day’s committee meetings in the House & Senate – del...
Don't expect all votes to be counted for another couple o...
An Elections Canada spokesperson said it will take a few days to count special ballots, including mail-in ballots, but they expect to have counted the majori...
O'Toole triggers campaign review after loss, saying no on...
Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says he's triggered a review looking into his party's election loss, underscoring that he's committed to making sure the Tor...
Greens can look to Maritimes for regroup, professors say
The Green party could look east to the Maritimes for a potential regroup after a disappointing result in Monday’s federal election, professors say. At ...
Party leaders react (or don’t) to the election results so...
As Elections Canada continues counting mail-in ballots across the county, which could affect the final seat count in the House Commons, some party leaders ha...
We’re about to remember that energy crises are bad things
Europe is facing record-breaking energy prices this month, with no sign of relief. Natural-gas futures in the Netherlands have climbed by 450 per cent since ...
Blasting 'pointless' election, premiers press Trudeau for...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s strained relationship with several of Canada’s premiers appears to have taken an even sharper turn downward following the res...
Blasting 'pointless' election, premiers press Trudeau for...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s strained relationship with several of Canada’s premiers appears to have taken an even sharper turn downward following the res...
The PPC got more than 800,000 votes, and that should worr...
Pam Palmater: The election result is yet another sign that Canada is becoming fertile ground for far-right groups The post The PPC got more than 800,000 vote...
Elections Canada 'sorry' people didn't vote because of lo...
Many older voters, parents with young children and Canadians with disabilities didn't vote because of long lineups at their voting sites, with Elections Cana...
The People’s party cost the Conservatives some ridings
The People’s Party of Canada cost the Conservatives more than a handful of seats in Monday’s federal election, sending rival candidates to Ottawa. Prim...
Joe Biden, Boris Johnson congratulate Trudeau on third el...
U.S. President Joe Biden spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today, congratulating the re-elected Liberal leader on his party's win in Monday night's fe...
Conservatives lose seats in Alberta to NDP and Liberals
Conservative support in Alberta fell by nearly 14 per cent in Monday’s federal election, allowing the Liberals and NDP to make inroads in the province....
Let the bargaining begin: Trudeau knows our priorities, S...
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is well aware of the NDP's priorities if he's looking for a dance partner during the upcoming min...
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh holds news conference in Vancouver
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh holds post-election news conference in Vancouver
Denley: Ottawa voters got the memo and did what the Liber...
What a sweet gig being an MP from this city is. You get paid $185,800 in base salary, more if you have any kind of nominal responsibility. And you don’t have...
Canadians must debate how to renew democracy at home and ...
As Canadians struggle toward the conclusion of a season of electioneering, it is useful to situate the health of our democracy in global perspective. Around ...
What Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have promised Canadians in...
After calling a snap election halfway through his term, Trudeau has managed to clinch another minority government The post What Justin Trudeau’s Libera...
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