Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole Pushed Out for Being Too Liberal
O'Toole led the Conservative Party for a brief 17 months and was ousted Wednesday by a decisive majority of Conservative MPs.
MPs Told to Hide From Anti-Vaxxer Convoy by Parliament Security Chief
The convoy, organized by some people with connections to extreme-right or anti-vax movements, has garnered support from some mainstream Conservatives.
Jason Kenney's Job Is in Danger. So He's Firing People
The Alberta premier replaced his minister of health amid calls for Kenney, himself, to resign. It's all happening as the province sinks deeper into the fourth COVID wave.
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals Win a Minority Government, Again
After an incredibly unpopular election, the Liberals will be once again forming a government in Canada.
Erin O’Toole’s Big Election Bet: Make Conservatives Progressive Again
Erin O’Toole has a decent shot of being Canada’s new prime minister next week. But a move towards the centre could cost him voters to the right.
Jason Kenney Sorta Admits His ‘Mistake’ Led to Alberta's Health System Falling Apart
The Albertan premier famously declared COVID essentially over and promised the #bestsummerever back in July. Now, predictably, hospitals are overflowing and the system is on the verge of crashing.
Even If He Wins, Justin Trudeau Loses
With a majority government unlikely, the Liberal leader's decision to call a snap election appears to have resulted in all pain, no gain.
5 Serene Takeaways From the Most Chaotic Debate of This Election
In the most unwieldy debate of the election, Justin Trudeau took his lumps.
For 20 Whole Minutes, Climate Change Was the Most Important Issue of the Canadian Election
At the latest Canadian election debate, Justin Trudeau and Erin O’Toole tried to explain why their plans were the most ambitious and the most effective, while staying away from pesky details.
Can Any Campaign Promises Stop Canada’s Out-of-Control Housing Crisis?
Housing is a major issue on the campaign trail, but some Canadians are pessimistic about any of the political parties’ abilities to stave off obscene prices and the housing shortage.
Canadian Leaders Finally Talked About Racism in Quebec and It Got Heated
At the first French-language debate, Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet went after Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh, pushing them to declare that Quebecers aren't racist.
Finally, Climate Change Is a Top Priority For Voters: What Campaigns Are Promising
All of Canada’s major political parties have put out climate plans. Here’s how they compare, and why it matters now more than ever.