Inside Trudeau’s epic victory
Age, gender, diversity, experience: An interactive guide to Canada’s 42nd Parliament
Canada’s 42nd election was a triumph on a scale no sensible pundit or pollster could have predicted
A silence choked the air when the results came in. Stephen Harper struck proud notes in his political eulogy—but an era had passed.
‘This election was about change,’ Tom Mulcair told supporters. But in the contest to be the change, the NDP finished second.
Conservatives raked in almost $5.5 million through the first three months of 2016—more than Liberals and NDP combined
A look at how much each candidate spent on the federal election shows the biggest spenders did not win
Tories took the majority of rural seats, but Liberals found their spots
How Trudeau’s plan takes from the rich and gives to the almost-as-rich
Our Ottawa bureau reflects on the 11-week campaign that produced a Liberal majority
Paul Wells on what the former Prime Minister is leaving behind
The class of 2015 has 197 rookies, but it also includes 14 MPs who are returning to Ottawa after an absence
New Tory MP Garnett Genuis: ‘We’re going to need to have some important conversations’
Beaten back to its core in the west, the debate begins over the fate of the Conservative Party for the first time since its founding
Liberals’ $7.3-million haul during the third quarter of the federal election fell behind both the Conservatives and the NDP
Scott Gilmore explains why he abandoned his Conservative roots to vote for a Trudeau
Conservatives took for granted that they had won the intellectual debate about deficits. So when the Liberal party made its surprising tack left during the campaign, Conservatives simply didn’t have the words.