Going ahead with the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific Coast.
Trudeau asserts that the October 21 results give him “a clear mandate.”
Will need the support of at least one other party to pass legislation in Parliament.
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.
New Democratic Party candidate to introduce proportional representation and lower the voting age to 16.
No knockouts as the leaders tried to break the impasse going into the final phase of the election.
Leaders prepare for the Oct. 7 debate, the last time any of them will debate each other in English.
A strong Conservative showing in Quebec could sink the Liberals.
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.
Green Leader May offered a detailed spending breakdown, pledging to balance the federal budget by 2024.
Trudeau an irresponsible steward of the public purse; Scheer a do-nothing denier of climate change.
Leaders exchange fire as they court vote-rich Ontario.
He concedes it will take some doing to restore his image as a champion of diversity and tolerance.