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Can a bot fight back against sexist online attacks on female...

EDMONTON—Twitter bots are often annoying trolls that pose as real people and spam your timeline with unnecessary tweets. ParityBOT does not claim to...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes your questions at 12 p.m. EDT

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes reader questions on the middle class in a live chat at 12 p.m. EDT.Pose your questions below in...

Live at 11 a.m. EDT: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, leader of...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, leader of Canada’s Liberal Party, joins Star journalists for a conversation today on the middle class, then takes your...

Chat with Elizabeth May on fighting climate change

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May takes reader questions on fighting climate change below at 10:45 a.m.The live Q&A follows an editorial board discussion...

Justin Trudeau Q&A: Send us your questions on the middle class

The Star has invited the leaders of Canada’s major federal parties to discuss their most personal causes in a series called Passion to...

Andrew Scheer editorial board: Send us your questions on the future...

The Star has inviting the leaders of Canada’s major federal parties to discuss their most personal causes in a series called Passion to...

Elizabeth May Q&A: Send us your questions

The Star is inviting the leaders of Canada’s major federal parties to discuss their most personal causes in a series called Passion to...

Canadian voters like carbon initiatives but not paying for them, poll...

OTTAWA–While environmental issues are top of mind for Canadians as the federal election approaches, voters are leery of proposals that would see them...

Doug Ford says he’ll reconsider carbon tax challenge if federal Conservatives...

Ontario’s court challenge of the federal carbon tax could be dropped if Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives lose the Oct. 21 federal election, says Premier...

Critics call for new rules for retired judges in wake of...

OTTAWA—The jury’s out on the judges. As Justin Trudeau again refused to apologize Thursday after ethics commissioner Mario Dion found the prime minister...
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