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Stephen Harper says he is still 'very optimistic' about an economic turnaround in Canada, insisting that the sliding price of crude has caused only "temporary effects" in some sectors of the economy.
According to Facebook data, tastes can vary widely between party preferences.
Charts show that ruling parties have done better in shorter election campaigns while longer campaigns have been split between ruling parties and opposition
It's official: Canada's Governor General has dissolved Parliament, kicking off what will be one of the longest election campaigns in Canadian history, ahead of an Oct. 19 vote.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau spoke of fairness and the importance of the middle class in his first election campaign speech on Sunday, while emphasizing the link between environmental and economic policies at a rally in Vancouver, B.C.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair took aim at the Conservatives’ economic policies as he launched his election campaign Sunday, promising to bring change to the federal government.
All three major party leaders kicked off their campaigns on Sunday. We've fact-checked the main talking points from their announcements.
The federal election race is officially under way, and the Conservatives, Liberals and NDP appear to be in a three-way race as they leave the starting line.
After 13 years as a party leader and nine years in power, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper knows a thing or to about the campaign trail.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has fired a campaign aide after racially charged Facebook posts surfaced on the aide's account.
The federal election campaign is officially underway. Here's what changes:
Don Martin talks to people and players who dominate the political scene
Canada's top weekly Sunday morning political program, hosted by Robert Fife