Canada Election

6 Reasons Not To Elect Donald Trump

David Martin | Posted 04.26.2016 | Canada Politics
David Martin

As the primary season comes to an end, it's time to get serious about this presidential nominating thing. Sure, it's been a real laugh pretending that Donald Trump will be the next president, but there are plenty of reasons you shouldn't allow that to happen.

Althia Raj

Liberals Won Majority Thanks To Young Voters, Poll Suggests | Althia Raj | Posted 04.19.2016 | Canada Politics

And millennials could be the biggest voting group in 2019.

Kenney Dished Out $183K For Needy Tories

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.18.2016 | Canada Politics

He sits in one of the wealthiest ridings in the country.

Money Didn't Guarantee Votes In The 2015 Election: Analysis

CP | Jordan Press and Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.03.2016 | Canada Politics

But not spending enough to at least stay competitive was an almost certain path to defeat.

104 Advocacy Groups Spent $6M To Influence 2015 Election

CP | Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.01.2016 | Canada Politics

Primarily labour unions.

May Outspent Trudeau, Harper And Mulcair To Win The Election

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 03.24.2016 | Canada Politics

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spent the least.

The U.S. Election Matters To Canadians Who Call America Home

Julie Rusciolelli | Posted 03.09.2016 | Canada Politics
Julie Rusciolelli

I pay American property tax. I depend on their health care system when I need it. I support U.S. charities. I shop in the U.S. I spur on the local economy as much as I can. I respect American ways, the flag, the veterans. I follow the rules and way of life every time I'm there. I am no longer a visitor to the USA. I am part of the national tapestry.

The Niqab 'Hurt Us Terribly' During Election: Mulcair

CBC | CBC News | Posted 02.13.2016 | Canada Politics

"There were shortcomings in that campaign, and of course I take full responsibility for it."

Ontario Spent $600K On Pension Plan Ads During Federal Election

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 02.08.2016 | Canada Politics

All between August and October.

Marathon Election Campaign Cost 53 Per Cent More Than 2011

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 02.05.2016 | Canada Politics

Worth it?

President Trump: The First 100 Days

David Martin | Posted 01.04.2016 | Canada Politics
David Martin

January 20, 2017 Donald Trump is sworn in as America's 45th president and his running mate, Sarah Palin, is sworn in as vice president. For first time ever, the inaugural ball is held in Atlantic City.

These Photos Capture Canada's Most Memorable Events Of 2015

The Huffington Post Canada | Joanna Adams | Posted 12.31.2015 | Canada Living

It's been quite a year, Canada.

Trudeau The Runaway Pick For Newsmaker Of Year

CP | Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press | Posted 12.21.2015 | Canada Politics

2015 was quite the year for the Liberal leader.

Ryan Maloney

That Boy On The Beach, Newsmaker Of The Year | Ryan Maloney | Posted 12.14.2015 | Canada Politics

“It takes something like that to … open the door to people who are not seeing that as part of their daily reality.”

Harper Spent $554K Of Public Money On Pre-Election Polls

CBC | Dean Beeby, CBC News | Posted 12.08.2015 | Canada Politics

Former prime minister Stephen Harper's own department spent more taxpayer money on public-opinion polling in 2014-15 than any other, asking Canadians ...

'It's A New World': Canadian Scientists Welcome 'Unmuzzling'

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 11.09.2015 | Canada Politics

"It's a new world."

Grassroots Strategy Isn't Just Feel-Good Politics, It Wins Elections

Jordan Ray | Posted 11.05.2015 | Canada Politics
Jordan Ray

The Liberal Party of Canada changed the way that it chose its leader by introducing the free, "supporter" category for new members. The move was viewed by some as dangerous. What the party faithful may not have realized was that the Liberals were kicking off a grassroots strategy that would strengthen the party.

A Tale Of Two Canadian Leaders

Evan C. Schulte | Posted 11.04.2015 | Canada Politics
Evan C. Schulte

After the polls had long been decided, election night between Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau played out like some kind of modern day lore -- an exceptionally crafted story of hero and villain, rising and falling with each playing their part flawlessly.

Many New Liberal MPs Have Compelling Stories

CP Politics | The Canadian Press | Posted 11.03.2015 | Canada Politics

Celina Caesar-Chavannes, born in Grenada, is just one rookie to watch.

Canadians Mixed On Harper Legacy, Poll Suggests

The Huffington Post Canada | Ryan Maloney | Posted 11.02.2015 | Canada Politics

About 39 per cent said the failures of the Harper government will outweigh successes in the long run.

Did Strategic Voting Work?

The Huffington Post Canada | Bryan Breguet | Posted 11.02.2015 | Canada Politics

It's possible a lot of candidates would have won anyway, especially the Liberal ones.

Expect Same Conservative Politics, Fresh Approach Without Harper

Dan Darrah | Posted 11.02.2015 | Canada Politics
Dan Darrah

Although the Conservatives find themselves preparing for a shift back into the opposition benches after nearly 10 years, the party didn't incur a loss great enough to warrant a rethinking of its approach to politics. The loss of seats was, in part, a response to Harper -- it was an anti-Harper vote. So, the loss of seats may not be as devastating a signal for the party's ideology or organization as it might first appear. There comes a time for the electorate when [leadership] turnover is necessary.

People Around The World Are Fascinated With Trudeau

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 11.02.2015 | Canada Politics

"People have been trying to figure out what the lessons of this are.''

Althia Raj

The Top Contenders To Join Trudeau's Cabinet | Althia Raj | Posted 10.31.2015 | Canada Politics

With a smaller cabinet, it's inevitable some talented MPs won't make the cut.

Fundraising Results Prove Money Can't Buy You Love

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 10.30.2015 | Canada Politics

The Liberals raised less money than the Tories and NDP.