In besting Harper, Justin Trudeau has created Canada's first national political dynasty, following in the footsteps of his late father, Pierre Trudeau, one of the country's most revered -- and reviled -- prime ministers.
Americans got an impromptu 'Introduction to Canadian Politics' lesson courtesy of John Oliver Sunday night, when the comedian used his late-night talk show to mock our party leaders with the help of a beaver, a moose and Mike Myers.
It's election day, and while you may be tempted to share your part in the democratic process on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, Elections Canada is cautioning Canadians to wait until they're outside the polling station to snap that selfie.
The new riding of Ville Marie-Southwest-Nuns’ Island features what could be a tight race. If you count the votes from the last election, the NDP would have won there by 5,600 votes but the Liberals are targeting the riding.
There have been many polls with contradictory results for most of the 42nd federal election campaign, and while there's a recent trend showing a Liberal surge, who will win big in Quebec remains at best a guessing game.
Students in the riding of Ahuntsic-Cartierville who were too young to vote in past elections got a little taste of democracy on Wednesday as candidates gathered at the College Andre Grasset for a debate.
All the federal leaders have their work cut out for them at Friday’s French-language debate. Earlier in the campaign, many felt the election would be decided in Ontario. But now, the battleground appears to be in Quebec.
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau appeared at campaign events Thursday morning, while Conservative Leader Stephen Harper was in the province, but away from the hustings, a day before the French-language debate set for Friday.
Canada will not implode because of a few dozen women wearing face coverings from the Stone Age, but those who say it’s not a big issue because so few actually hide themselves from head to toe are missing the point.
During a heated exchange in the first French-language debate, Gilles Duceppe said the Bloc would go much further than Stephen Harper's Conservatives have gone so far on the issue of Muslim women who cover their faces with a niqab or burka.
A combative NDP Leader Tom Mulcair went on the offensive during Thursday's fiery French-language leaders' debate as he attacked his rivals over whether face coverings should be outlawed at citizenship ceremonies.
On the eve of the first French-language leaders' debate of the federal election, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau visited his old trainer who helped him punch his way to victory against Sen. Patrick Brazeau in 2012.