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Halifax municipal councillors decide not to offer free transit on election...

Halifax regional council debated Tuesday whether free transit would encourage more people to vote in elections.Last fall, regional council requested a staff report on...

Coronavirus: Saskatchewan’s chief electoral officer given full power to ensure safe...

When voters head to the polls for Saskatchewan’s 29th general election, it will be done under the authority of the province’s chief electoral officer.The...

Ontario Tories gather to plan for the next election fight

NIAGARA FALLS, ONT.—Premier Doug Ford is in town looking for ways to spark a second honeymoon with voters after another tough week on...

Primary season will choose the Democratic presidential candidate. Here’s how

WASHINGTON—Americans will vote for president on Nov. 3. But before then, there’s a nine-month, cross-county marathon for candidates that formally kicks off on...

‘Value of Alberta’ event draws big-name conservatives — as independence talk...

CALGARY — Mike Heier says he’s been a “soft” separatist for 25 years.And in his mind, he’s been betrayed by Alberta Premier Jason...

Exclamation marks, body shaming, Hillary Clinton and other regrets from the...

Happy New Year. The 2010s are over. Looking back, I must say, regrets I’ve had a few, but then again, a few too...

Jagmeet Singh admits things looked bad for the NDP before this...

OTTAWA—Even Jagmeet Singh, a politician who carries himself as the embodiment of positivity, admits things were bleak for his New Democratic Party —...

Justin Trudeau didn’t learn anything from the election, Conservative Leader Andrew...

OTTAWA—Justin Trudeau’s road map for governing in his second term reveals he “didn’t learn a thing” from the election results or his consultations...

Throne speech appeals for unity and collaboration as Liberals move on...

OTTAWA—The Trudeau minority government opened the 43rd Parliament naming climate change, Indigenous reconciliation, tax breaks for the middle class and health care as...

Hong Kong election results ‘signal faith in democracy,’ say those watching...

VANCOUVER—When Hong Kong protests flared up against proposed extradition reforms this summer, Vancouver immigration lawyer Richard Kurland expected a rush of applications from...
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