WATCH: NDP Winning Battle Of The Attack Ads?

WATCH: NDP Winning Battle Of The Attack Ads?

Eric Grenier  08.24.2012
When Canadians were asked to describe two political ads produced by the Conservatives and New Democrats, the words "deceiving" and "unfair"...
More Red and Orange In Alberta's Future?

More Red and Orange In Alberta's Future?

Eric Grenier  08.21.2012
Alberta is the base of the Conservative Party of Canada, and the province is as blue as they come. A recent poll suggests that the upcoming...
Who Won The Quebec Debate?

Who Won The Quebec Debate?

Eric Grenier  08.21.2012
With the four leaders' debates in full swing, the result of the provincial election in Quebec could be in the process of being decided....
B.C. Conservatives Gain At Clark's Expense

B.C. Conservatives Gain At Clark's Expense

Éric Grenier  08.20.2012
If B.C. Premier Christy Clark is defeated in next spring’s provincial election – as looks increasingly likely – who will be responsible:...
Harper's Got Good Reason To Smile

Harper's Got Good Reason To Smile

Eric Grenier  08.17.2012
The summer has been good to Stephen Harper, at least according to a new poll that gives his Conservatives a sizeable lead over the opposition...
Good News For Federal NDP In B.C.

Good News For Federal NDP In B.C.

Eric Grenier  08.17.2012
Since naming Thomas Mulcair leader of the federal New Democrats, the party has seen a surge in support in almost every part of the country,...
Calgary Byelection Already In The Bag?

Calgary Byelection Already In The Bag?

Eric Grenier  08.16.2012
The race for the Conservative nomination for the federal byelection in Calgary Centre will likely decide who will next represent the riding,...
Things Aren't Looking Good For Jean Charest

Things Aren't Looking Good For Jean Charest

Eric Grenier  08.14.2012
The second week of the Quebec election campaign put up more road blocks to Jean Charest's re-election, in what is becoming a three-way...
It's A Throwdown

It's A Throwdown

Eric Grenier  08.10.2012
Voters in two Ontario ridings will be heading to the polls on Sept. 6. They will decide whether Dalton McGuinty’s wobbly minority government...
Charest's Big Problem

Charest's Big Problem

Eric Grenier  08. 8.2012
The candidacy of Jacques Duchesneau was the big surprise of the first week of the Quebec election campaign. If it results in a change of...
More Bad News For Christy Clark

More Bad News For Christy Clark

Eric Grenier  08. 3.2012
Few British Columbians support the building of the Northern Gateway pipeline through their province, but Christy Clark's stance against...
Harper Stuck Between A Pipeline And A Premier

Harper Stuck Between A Pipeline And A Premier

Eric Grenier  07.31.2012
The disagreement between Christy Clark and Alison Redford over the Northern Gateway pipeline puts Stephen Harper in a delicate position...
The Race Is This Big

The Race Is This Big

Eric Grenier  07.27.2012
Candidates are being identified, campaign offices rented and buses prepped as Quebec heads toward an election, expected to be called Wednesday....
Why Can't They All Just Get Along?

Why Can't They All Just Get Along?

Eric Grenier  07.24.2012
Canada's 13 territorial and provincial premiers are meeting in Halifax this week. With their demands upon the federal government and their...