Christine Elliott, the deputy leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, resigned as a member of the provincial legislature Friday, three months after losing her second bid for the party's top job.
The federal department in charge of the monthly universal child care benefit is refusing to say how many families who had yet to sign up for the benefit opted to do so after a nationwide push earlier this year.
Conservative candidate Steven Fletcher is releasing a new book in the midst of the campaign chronicling his own struggle to live with a catastrophic disability and his attempts to force Parliament to deal with the politically explosive issue of doctor assisted dying.
Stephen Harper offered a glimpse Thursday of how he might distance himself from the Obama administration's long-awaited decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline: if it gets rejected, don't blame Ottawa.
When asked why he says Canada is not in a recession, Stephen Harper said 80 per cent of the economy is actually growing. But when the Canadian Press looked into the claim, it found that Harper's statement wasn't entirely accurate.
More than a quarter of a century after the NDP's Svend Robinson came out as Canada's first openly gay Member of Parliament, the LGBTQ community is hoping this election leads to more representation in the House of Commons.