OTTAWA — Green party Leader Elizabeth May is pleading with Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair to reconsider their plans to skip the traditional televised leaders debate. The prime minister has said he won...
"Is it possible Thomas Mulcair has not considered the message this sends to young women and girls?"
Elizabeth May's in good shape this time around, but that could be it.
Canada needs stronger environmental assessment laws to help defend coastal communities, says the federal Green party.
Mulcair and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau kept the Duffy fraud trial in the news on Sunday.
The Maclean's magazine debate attracted more than four million viewers.
May is pressing for an end to lump-sum — as opposed to ongoing — payments for injured veterans.
On a hot Sunday in August 2015, Governor General David Johnston dissolved Parliament at the request of Prime Minister Harper. Thus, the 41st Parliament concluded and Canada was thrust into a 78 day campaign, much of which will be fought over the summer months. This campaign is not about the decided voter. It isn't about keeping the base happy. It is about the undecided, meandering, and regular Canadian.
She said this is further proof the NDP and the Tories don’t want her in the debates.
Maybe that's because the experts seem to agree: no clear winner.
Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau were the first to arrive on set, but the NDP and Liberal leaders avoided eye contact and ignored each other completely until Green party Leader Elizabeth May arrived.
The leaders will begin the day in and around the city, which is expected to be one of the election’s biggest battleground.
"We're in a recession under your watch for the second time."
Stephen Harper found himself playing defence Thursday as his rivals tried to pick apart his economic record during the election campaign's first leaders' debate.