Who has the best vision for public transit?
2.8 million voters in 54 countries eligible to vote
Some students were angry about electoral process; others see racism
A Liberal-NDP accord?
Will the October provincial election predict things to come in 2015?
The case against a one-time pact to bury first-past-the-post
Chris Selley calls for a move to a ranked ballot.
In the longer term, however, there is a simple and bloody obvious solution to all of this, which is to
Glen McGregor and Stephen Maher review the latest numbers from Elections Canada.
Dickson writes that Elections Canada has received 1,147 complaints of inappropriate calls, in 247 ridings, including 252 complaints
Buried in Mitt Romney’s post-election analysis of why he lost – he blames it on “gifts” to minorities, young people and single women – is an interesting admission about the
Peter Penashue has released a letter to his constituents.
I was very clear during the campaign that we would follow the rules. I specifically indicated that, in accordance with the
Last week, the Intergovernmental Affairs Minister seemed to say that he’d have something to say today, but it now doesn’t seem there will be any kind of public statement from
Peter Penashue emerged from the House after QP this afternoon to comment on the questions about his election campaign. Or at least to say that he will be commenting next
Laura Payton raises more questions about Peter Penashue’s election campaign. Chris Hall wonders when the Intergovernmental Affairs Minister will be allowed to respond.
And then there’s Penashue himself. While all
Stephen Thiele and Gavin Tighe, Borys Wrzesnewskyj’s lawyers, consider the ramifications of the Supreme Court’s decisions.
In today’s modern era where most people have access to computers and telephones, it
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Conservative MP Ted Opitz and there will be no by-election in Etobicoke Centre.
The full ruling is here. The Canadian Press explanation
Laura Payton revisits the “very ethnic” ridings the Conservatives targeted in the 2011 election.
CBC News has examined the election files of a number of Conservative candidates, including those on
A note from the Supreme Court advises that a ruling in the case of Ted Opitz et al. v. Borys Wrzesnewskyj et al. will be delivered at 9:45am on Thursday.