The seat projection as an election inkblot
History tells us that federal elections during recessions are rare events. But Stephen Harper could be facing one this year.
In Saskatchewan, Stephen Harper said that in rural areas, guns were for ‘certain level of security’
The economy was supposed to drive the federal election. Then came the death of a soldier, Bill C-51, a major speech, and a terrorist’s last words.
Cormac MacSweeney grills the federal finance minister on whether income-splitting policy is fiscally responsible
“It’s really like there’s two economies.”
‘I’m a bit worried they’re going to cook the books,’ says Nathan Cullen, the NDP’s finance critic about the now-delayed budget
What happened after the Saskatchewan election in 1929
The veteran New Brunswick MP will retire after 18 years in Ottawa
Will Trudeau live-tweet the debate? What will insiders believe? Only time will tell this election season, Scott Feschuk writes.
Aaron Wherry on what it actually means to “win” an election
Justin Trudeau will hold winter meetings there. Stephen Harper made a series of Ontario-centric moves. And it’s all because of the impending election.
A festival of insurmountable obstacles will greet each party leader in next year’s election
Supporters of the left are worried the parties could once again cannibalize the vote
Paul Wells on what today’s fall economic update says about Stephen Harper’s 2015 election plans
A sneak peek at this week’s exclusive cover story on Justin Trudeau and the year ahead
Energy is shaping up to be a 2015 election battleground