The six remaining Liberal leadership hopefuls — Justin Trudeau, Joyce Murray, Martha Hall Findlay, Karen McCrimmon, Deborah
The six remaining Liberal leadership contenders made their final pitches to Grits today and said goodbye to outgoing, interim
Federal Liberals are set to pick a new leader who will be asked to bring the once-mighty party back to prominence. The Huffington
When Liberals gather to hear the results of their leadership race on April 14, most of the suspense will be about who will
Would electoral co-operation between the Liberals, the NDP and the Green Party lead to Prime Minister Thomas Mulcair? According
Joyce Murray’s big moment didn’t go as smoothly as she may have hoped. Like Justin Trudeau two weeks ago, the Liberal leadership
It was Marc Garneau who was recently saying, "we cannot wait until after the leadership race is over to find out what we signed up for." These comments were, of course, pointed squarely at Garneau's leading opponent in the Grit's leadership race, Justin Trudeau. But what do we do when our father-figure departs from his own wisdom?
The fat lady can start warming up her vocal chords. About 294,000 Canadians have signed up to vote for the next leader of
"With Justin Trudeau, we could win." "Could"? The possibility of winning simply isn't enough! We MUST win! And we must win for all the Canadians who are suffering, day after day, from the retrograde politics of Stephen Harper's government. Joyce Murray is the only candidate who wants Canada to win. She has a plan -- one that will bring us victory and help us restore Canada to the country that we know and love.
Prime Minister Harper acts as though he has a legitimate mandate to represent Canadians, while ignoring the sensibilities and priorities of the 75.8% of adult Canadians who did not vote for his party. The only reason he can get away with this is because our present electoral system is wildly dysfunctional.