After an incredibly unpopular election, the Liberals will be once again forming a government in Canada.
On reconciliation and anti-racism, advocates say the Liberal leader often says the right things but doesn't follow through.
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.
“I do think we should be proud to put our flag back up,” O’Toole told reporters on Thursday, even as thousands more unmarked graves are expected at residential school sites.
Banking on his COVID success, the Liberal leader wants a majority government he was denied in 2019. Here’s everything you need to know about voting for Justin Trudeau.
An independent review was reportedly so damning it left the government with no choice but to ask Canada’s Governor General Julie Payette to resign or face dismissal.
Two federal Liberals and a bunch of Conservative politicians from Alberta were demoted.
O’Toole told a group of Ryerson University students residential schools were “meant to try and provide education.”
AR-15s will be among the guns banned in the wake of Canada's deadliest mass shooting, but an expert said the policy has big loopholes.
The right and the left disagree about the climate crisis, but there is one place they have common ground.
“A lot of people really felt like small farmers would be taken care of and looked after." They haven't been.