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The latest nightly tracking by Nanos Research for CTV News and the Globe and Mail shows the Liberals trending up, the NDP trending down, and the Conservatives holding steady.
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Charts show that ruling parties have done better in shorter election campaigns while longer campaigns have been split between ruling parties and opposition
The mayor of Halifax and a city councillor from Vancouver will lead a task force set up by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to develop a response to the humanitarian crisis facing Syria.
The Environment Canada scientist whose anti-Stephen Harper folk song "Harperman" got him suspended from his job is retiring rather than waiting out an investigation into his behaviour.
Campaigning Conservatives continued to press the hot buttons Friday, highlighting what they call 'barbaric cultural practices' and Muslim facial coverings amid evidence the tight, three-way election race may be starting to break loose.
Canada should welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin's offers to help fight the Islamic State in Syria, says Jean Chretien.
New National Defence statistics show fewer Canadian bombs have been falling on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant since the federal election call on Aug. 2.
A longtime Conservative is denying a report that suggests he knowingly bought hundreds of dollars of alcohol for underage girls at a nightclub last month.
Quebec's legislature has unanimously adopted a motion condemning what has been referred to as acts of Islamophobia against Muslims and Syrian refugees in the province.
New Democrats will unveil an election platform on Friday geared specifically to Toronto and its surrounding suburbs -- a vote-rich region of the country that could determine who wins on Oct. 19.
Federal Liberals are urging voters to report voter irregularities, such as misleading phone calls, to both Elections Canada and the party itself.
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