Since the start of the election campaign, Liberals and New Democrats have made repeated allegations that Harper's Conservatives delivered eight consecutive budgetary shortfalls. The Canadian Press put their claims to the test.
The Liberal leader is in Montreal Friday to highlight not only his high-profile candidates, but the party's recently announced infrastructure platform, which proposes to invest as much as $125 billion into the country's crumbling roads and bridges.
A Conservative candidate in Quebec has apologized for a Facebook post that tried to draw a parallel between the words of NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and comments attributed to Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's infamous propaganda minister.
The Harper government continues to thwart Montreal's efforts to open supervised drug-injection sites, Gilles Duceppe said Wednesday as he accused Ottawa of blocking "an extraordinary consensus" in Quebec.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe was first elected in the Laurier-Sainte Marie riding, in the eastern part of Montreal, in 1990, and kept winning the seat until he was washed away by the orange wave.
Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe is urging the NDP's Tom Mulcair to clarify his position on Energy East, accusing his political opponent of delivering different messages depending on where he is speaking.
Tom Mulcair was surrounded by NDP MPs, candidates, and supporters for an appearance at Montreal's Beaver Lake where he announced he hoped a second Orange Wave would sweep the country, much like the 2011 election saw the NDP win 59 seats in Quebec.