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Political experts including CTV's Ottawa Bureau Chief Robert Fife and Macleans' Paul Wells rate Canada's party leaders.
The Senate Tories overturned the senate speaker's ruling on a controversial workers' bill.
Dan Leger, Contributor to the Chronicle Herald, weighs in on the orange wave in Atlantic Canada as the NDP rises out east.
This will be a summer for the electoral ages, entrancing political junkies while normal Canadians cover their ears trying to drown out the noise.
Senior cabinet ministers are increasingly absent or flipping uncomfortable questions to lowly parliamentary secretaries for script-written non-responses, Don Martin writes.
Seven years ago today, Stephen Harper had his finest moment in aboriginal relations.
Before it’s too late and the Harper government starts pouring cement for a political vote-getter, let’s push MPs to erect something on land claimed by the Algonquin First Nation which is worthy of a national commemoration.
If there was truth in advertising, the hiring panel would suggest Trudeau has as much experience to lead the country now as rookie leader Harper did in 2002.
Excessive staffing at the federal level is why cabinet size matters as a symbol of a government’s frugality or its preference for rampant payroll bloating.
The worsening problem with Parliament in this election year is that nothing is being said that hasn't been vetted by committees of political staff.
There’s a textbook on turning victory into defeat to be written from Tuesday’s NDP triumph.
What’s got political junkies across Canada in a frothing frenzy is the possibility, if not the probability, of the PCs finally falling to an NDP surge in the heartland of right-wing conservativism.
Here’s hoping that today’s intoxicating liberalization of liquor retailing in old school Ontario gets some speedy second thought.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.