An international summit on Arctic issues that seems designed to burnish the green legacy of U.S. President Barack Obama is highlighting the absence of climate debate so far in Canada's federal election.
From the nationalization of Tim Hortons to the legalization of marijuana, some of Canada’s fringe political parties have very specific platforms. Here’s a look at the 15 fringe parties registered with Elections Canada.
Former Progressive Conservative prime minister Joe Clark may remain the most famous Joe in Canadian election annals, but the 'Joe Who?' moniker that followed the underdog Clark may be about to get a run for its money from current Finance Minister Joe Oliver.