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The census questionnaire offers a better idea of what constitutes a secondary residence than the Senate does -- a question central to the ongoing controversy over housing expenses and the upper chamber.
The Tories and Grits are winning the popularity contest for 'likes,' according to Facebook data.
Charts show which party has the most federal MPs not seeking re-election.
The cost of recycling hazardous materials will no longer be a municipal responsibility and will instead fall on the shoulders of manufacturers, Ontario's environment minister has vowed.
Fraud and reduced public confidence in the electoral system could result if voter information cards are used as valid ID at the polls, lawyers for the federal government argued in court Friday.
Alberta's Wildrose Opposition is getting reading for the yet to be called Calgary-Foothills byelection.
MP Manon Perreault proclaimed her innocence on Friday after being ordered to pay $1,400 and being put on probation for one year for a conviction on mischief.
As Marjory LeBreton contemplates her next steps after more than five decades of work on and around Parliament Hill, she's says she's just leaving the Senate, not 'checking out of life.'
Canada's federal leaders were waving the flag and priming their political messages Wednesday, on a Canada Day that landed smack in the buildup to this year's election campaign.
It’s been three weeks since former Bloc Quebecois leader Mario Beaulieu announced he'd be handing the reins back to Gilles Duceppe, and now the numbers are beginning to show this shift in power.
Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford has been cleared to work one or two days a week as he continues his recovery from cancer surgery.
Don Martin talks to people and players who dominate the political scene
Canada's top weekly Sunday morning political program, hosted by Robert Fife