Election 2019: Scheer to restore child fitness, arts tax credits [UPDATED]
A throwback to the Harper government, no word yet how they would be paid for while balancing the budget by 2025.
Liberals write off $6.3B in loans, including $2.6B to automaker
Key to the jump was a writeoff that was part of a financing package to keep automaker Chrysler afloat during the recession.
Did Liberals create 60% more full-time jobs than Tories? Baloney!
Taking credit for short- and medium-term economic indicators that are actually beyond their control.
Harper plans to visit White House but not telling Canadian government
US officials expect him July 2, one day after Canada’s retaliatory tariffs on US imports kicks in.
Napping on NAFTA’: Harper blasts Trudeau government handling of negotiations
Criticisms include rejecting US proposals too quickly, insisting on negotiating alongside Mexico, and for promoting progressive priorities.
Stephen Harper offers a gloomy take on international trade, NAFTA
He’s advising companies to start planning for the possibility of life without NAFTA.
Two PMs, one US capital: Trudeau, Harper talk NAFTA in DC
Difficulties on simpler issues even before negotiations have entered anticipated trouble areas.
Liberals to review processes for approving resource projects
Trudeau government holding public reviews of environmental assessments, NEB.
Liberals get leadership lecture from ex politicians
Manley, Charest urge completion trade deals started by the Harper government.
Liberals slam Harper’s patronage binge as an abuse
House leader sent letters to 33 people who received plum jobs asking them to voluntarily resign.
Trudeau a political force in his own right
Comes out from father’s shadow with a decisive win over Harper.
Harper legacy: smaller government, targeted benefits
…and a unified Conservative party with a track record that spans a decade.
NDP take heart in defeating Harper despite losses
Seat count reduced to 44 from 95 with just under 20% of the popular vote.
Business leaders mull massive Liberal victory
Medical marijuana producers were excited about the change.
$1B pledge key to auto sector’s post TPP survival
Analyst says it would help keep the Canadian industry afloat.
Conservatives hope to score TPP deal this week
A new free-trade deal covering 40% of the global economy.
ELECTION: Party leaders debate foreign policy
…But their eyes were fixed on the domestic audience.
ELECTION: Provocative issues fire up French debate
Lots of heat over the controversial question of Muslim women who cover their faces.
ELECTION: Liberals plan to scrap F-35, says Trudeau
Will spend on Navy and shipyards in Halifax and Vancouver instead.
ELECTION: Trudeau under fire over economic plan
Liberal leader was combative in Globe debate as he touted three years of deficit spending.
ELECTION: Harper capitalizes on surprise surplus
Trudeau mocked on the economy and planned deficits.
News of balanced budget buoys Harper
Economy takes election centre stage with new hard numbers.
Election: Harper on the hot seat over Syria crisis
Refugee queries in Welland draw catcalls from Conservative supporters.
It’s official: Q2 slid into recession
But the economy shows signs of bouncing back in June.
Wright’s Duffy testimony interrupts election campaign
“Nigel Wright may be on the witness stand, but it’s Stephen Harper who is on trial,” says Mulcair.
Leaders confound expectations in first debate
Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau avoid playing to perceived weaknesses.
Federal leaders set to face off in debate tonight
Maclean’s event to focus on economy plus energy, environment, democracy security.
Keystone decision will come before Obama goes
White House won’t confirm or deny a rumour the pipeline will be rejected.
TPP deal signed before election campaign kickoff?
Harper government hopes so to avoid political sensitivities.
Trudeau to bolster National Energy Board reviews
Would include more consultation with aboriginal groups and increased analysis of greenhouse gas emissions.
Trudeau blames Harper for fumbling US relationship
Says he has less influence in Washington because of hyper-partsanship.
G7 calls for low emissions in the energy sector
Canada and Japan reportedly worked behind the scenes to water down the statement.