WATCH: 2015 Justin Trudeau says party with most seats gets to form government
WATCH: Justin Trudeau in the last election saying he believes the party that wins the most seats has the right to try and form government first.
SCHEER MEDIOCRITY: Why the CPC leader is completely uninspiring
Scheer brings nothing new to the table to woo voters, and he doesn’t inspire any confidence that he has a backbone.
CBC blurs line between journalism and Liberal ‘pamphleteering’
State broadcaster continues to struggle with partisanship.
Rosemary Barton being removed as applicant in CBC’s lawsuit against CPC, still covering election
The CBC is removing journalists from lawsuit against the Conservative Party of Canada in statement released Saturday, spokesperson says Rosemary Barton will continue coving election.
Singh says NDP will form coalition to prevent Conservative minority government
In response to the tight race between the Liberal Party and Conservative Party for seats in parliament, the NDP, led by Jagmeet Singh, has promised to form a coalition government with the Liberal Party to prevent a Conservative minority.
Conservative Party spending plans released, outlines cuts to balance budget over five-year period
On Friday, the Conservative Party outlined their spending plans in a 103-page document, which included repealing the Carbon Tax set out by the Liberal government, pursuing universal basic tax cuts, removing GST from home energy bills, and a slew of additional cuts to government spending.
CBC and Rosemary Barton are suing Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement
The CBC and The National host Rosemary Barton are suing the Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement over the CBC clips used on its “Not as Advertised” website attacking Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and for using CBC debate clips on the CPC Twitter feed.
WATCH: All the Canadian leaders running in the 2019 election explained
Vancouver-based YouTube host and Washington Post political columnist J.J. McCullough has your explainer on the Canadian leaders running in Canada’s election.
Conservatives drop press release questioning Trudeau’s different reasons for leaving private school
The Conservative Party of Canada sent out a press release Monday morning questioning why Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau gave different reasons for why he abruptly left his teaching job at B.C. private school mid-school year in 2001.