Bloc plays autonomy card while NDP defends marginalized in Throne speech responses
While the separatist Bloc Quebecois stood in defence of Quebec’s autonomy, the New Democrats assumed their traditional role as defenders of the poor and marginalized.
Scheer rips Throne speech in Commons, blames Trudeau for foreign policy lapses and sowing division
“Times of fear bring times of division, and Canadians are afraid for their country,” Scheer said, accusing Trudeau of “four years of unserious, entitled government.”
Kenney wears ‘I LOVE CANADIAN OIL & GAS’ sweater to Grey Cup, causes controversy
Jason Kenney was spotted on-field wearing an “I HEART CANADIAN OIL & GAS” sweater at the 107th Grey Cup last night, hosted in Calgary.
Alberta NDP finance critic compares Kenney to Stalin
Alberta’s NDP Finance Critic Shannon Phillips has compared Jason Kenney’s politics to the tactics of “strong men” in Syria and Hong Kong.
Domestic violence law passed unanimously in Alberta, but is it enough?
Claire’s Law allows women in Alberta to get background checks on their partners to see whether they have a criminal history of domestic violence.
Ontario NDP MPP accused of supporting terror group
NDP MPP Joel Harden has been accused of supporting a terrorist organization after he called on the federal government to release a senior member of a Palestine terror group.
Singh support ‘solid’ says veteran NDP MP despite party losing 20 seats
NDP MP Brian Masse talks about the election results and how his party is looking to impact policy in a minority Liberal government.
Jagmeet Singh’s NDP will fight for electoral reform
After the NDP’s abysmal results in the 2019 federal election, party leader Jagmeet Singh has argued that it is neither his, nor the country’s fault that the NDP did so badly, but instead it’s the fault of the current electoral system.
Election 43 leaves nation fractured with a Liberal minority
Election 43 leaves Canada severely divided.
Jagmeet Singh is on thin ice and the NDP lacks capable replacements
Singh may find himself on thin ice as party leader, with no viable replacement.