Canadians were told USMCA was the best deal possible, but US Democrats made subsequent revisions.
Scheer is confident, Trudeau gets Twitter endorsement from Obama and Singh invokes Layton.
Singh said NDP would “absolutely” consider joining forces with the Liberals to prevent a minority Conservative government.
No knockouts as the leaders tried to break the impasse going into the final phase of the election.
Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government.
Leaders scrap over who is promising to spend too much – or not enough.
Leaders exchange fire as they court vote-rich Ontario.
Says new parents won’t pay any taxes at all on maternity and parental leave benefits.
Federal party leaders joust over the Liberal government’s handling of the marathon NAFTA negotiation.
“Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country now that Canadians know what he has done,” Scheer said.
Candidates are pushing for stronger climate action, concerned about increased emissions from liquefied natural gas project.
Maverick Tory MP in hot water for tweeting that promoting too much diversity could cause division and erode Canada’s identity.
Morneau’s promise to cover construction overruns caused by political interference pushed him into opposition.
Looking to hire someone who will help stop help the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project.