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2019 Federal Election

Scheer chides Trudeau for second plane for campaign cargo during debate

Scheer chides Trudeau for second plane for campaign cargo during debate

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau defended his campaign's use of a second plane.
Journalism group launches anti-fake news campaign ahead of election

Journalism group launches anti-fake news campaign ahead of election

Recent polling by Ipsos, Earnscliffe Strategy Group and MIT researchers suggests nearly all Canadians have come across misinformation online, yet only 40 per cent feel they know how to differentiate between fake news and the real thing.
Ottawa man pushes parties for national dementia strategy

Ottawa man pushes parties for national dementia strategy

The husband of a local woman diagnosed with dementia is calling on politicians to provide more federal resources and funding dedicated to dementia research and care.
Who's running in Ottawa's federal ridings and voting information

Who's running in Ottawa's federal ridings and voting information

The federal election will be held on Monday, October 21. 
<b>CANADA:</b> Here's what you need to know about how to vote in the upcoming election

CANADA: Here's what you need to know about how to vote in the upcoming election

Election Day is Oct. 21, and advanced polls start on Oct. 11
Federal party leaders make promises requiring provincial collaboration

Federal party leaders make promises requiring provincial collaboration

The promise Trudeau is making in this campaign comes in a very different context, when Conservative premiers such as Doug Ford in Ontario and Jason Kenney in Alberta, among others, have been opposing the federal carbon tax and otherwise showing they are not willing to give the Liberals an easy ride.
People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier invited to two broadcast debates

People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier invited to two broadcast debates

Bernier had previously been denied a chance to attend because the independent commission responsible for organizing the debates found his party did not have multiple candidates with a "legitimate chance" of being elected.
Elizabeth May seeks to blow past political pack with platform rollout

Elizabeth May seeks to blow past political pack with platform rollout

Party leader Elizabeth May said politics-as-usual is leading the country down a path Canada simply cannot survive.
The Recap: First debate night of the campaign, minus the Liberal leader

The Recap: First debate night of the campaign, minus the Liberal leader

Green Leader Elizabeth May and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh spent much of their time attacking Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer because Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau skipped the debate.
Canadian polarized, but social media use likely not the culprit: study

Canadian polarized, but social media use likely not the culprit: study

"A lot of people don't use social media very actively," said Eric Merkley, a researcher on the project. "People on Twitter are not representative of the broader population."
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