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Here’s how Cape Breton students would have voted in Monday’s federal election
Alberta frustration understandable, but anger at Newfoundland is bizarre, political commentators say
UPDATED: Green, NDP parties make significant inroads with Kings-Hants voters
Less is more: Smaller Atlantic Canadian Liberal contingent positioned for clout in minority Parliament
P.E.I.'s Bobby Morrissey claims second term in Egmont, wants to work on unfinished business
Defeated Egmont candidates still satisfied with election experience
Logan McLellan vividly remembers the first door he knocked on in the months leading up to the 2019 federal election. It was a cold January day in Summerside’s west-end and he did not know what to expect when he reached out to ring the ...
ANALYSIS: In a race with only losers, Trudeau's Liberals managed to lose the least
If you picture a basketball game where both sides, unbeknownst to the other, bet against themselves, you might have a good sense of how Canada’s federal election — which ended last night not in a whimper but in a 40-day sigh — ...
From Lisa Raitt to Renata Ford, these are the five high-profile women who lost Monday
They may now be the not-so-famous five. An unprecedented 98 women were elected to parliament Monday night , according to Chatelaine , up from 88 in the 2015 federal election — still constituting less than 30 per cent of elected MPs ...
What went wrong for the Conservatives in Central Nova
What was once considered a Tory stronghold appears to be at least weakening in its loyalty to the Conservative Party. Liberal Sean Fraser easily won the Central Nova seat for a second time over Conservative candidate and country music star ...
Transcript of Justin Trudeau's victory speech highlights: He's on Alberta and Saskatchewan's side
From coast to coast to coast, tonight, Canadians rejected division and negativity. They rejected cuts and austerity, and they voted in favour of a progressive agenda and strong action on climate change. Regardless of how you cast your ballot, ours is ...
Canada's Trudeau hangs onto power in election; aides see two-year respite
By David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power after an election on Monday that saw his government reduced to a minority, but aides predicted he would be able to govern for two years without many ...
Read the full text of Andrew Scheer's concession speech: Conservative leader puts Trudeau 'on notice'
First and foremost, I want to thank the voters of Regina-Qu’Appelle for once again electing me as your Member of Parliament. And thank you to all the volunteers who worked hard in the campaign office, who knocked on doors and put up signs. ...
VIDEO: A sign of appreciation: Sean Fraser says 'thank you' to Central Nova
MP Sean Fraser and some of his supporters were showing their thanks to the public the morning after the election which saw Fraser returned to his seat in Parliament. Fraser won the riding with a healthy share of the vote in Central ...
ELECTION 2019: Atlantic business leaders react to results
In our own Canadian way, we've all been taught to lead by example, learn from our elders, respect our peers and to try not to make the same mistakes twice. So as Canada's next prime minister steps into the effective role of our country's ...
KEVIN CARMICHAEL: Canadians put all parties on notice; the question now is whether they can work together
The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund in Washington last week were grim. Trade wars. Negative interest rates. Unprecedented levels of debt. Sagging economic growth and productivity. “Go home,” Kristalina Georgieva, the ...