Ford leaves a news conference in Toronto, on Friday, June 3, 2022, after winning the provincial election. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press)

Four more years of Progressive Conservatives in Ontario

Politics Insider for June 3: Doug Ford dominates the Ontario election; Horwath and Del Duca resign; Bill Morneau and Justin Trudeau clash
Legault arrives to speak at the opening the the Federation Quebecois des Municipalite's annual congress on Sept. 30, 2021 in Quebec City (Jacques Boissinot/CP)

338Canada: One year from re-election, Legault appears invincible

Philippe J. Fournier: The CAQ’s current dominance—in virtually every demographic segment of the electorate—has no recent precedent in Quebec
Kenney holds a COVID-19 briefing in Edmonton on March 20, 2020 (CP/Jason Franson)

338Canada: A major warning sign for Jason Kenney’s UCP

Philippe J. Fournier: New numbers confirm the UCP is bleeding support and the NDP is on the rise. The latest projection shows an election would be too close to call.
O'Toole holds a press conference on Parliament Hill on March 2, 2021 (CP/Sean Kilpatrick)

Erin O’Toole, question mark

Paul Wells: The Conservative leader can only be sure of having one shot, and people in his party are still not sure what that shot will look like
A Saskatchewan Elections polling station in Shellbrook, Sask., on Monday, October 26, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Liam Richards

Saskatchewan Election 2020: Live results

See the results as they come in from across Saskatchewan on Monday evening
Rodriguez and Trudeau as they take part in a press conference in Ottawa on Oct. 16, 2020 (Sean Kilpatrick/CP)

The Liberals threaten an election. Scrutiny is out of order.

Andrew MacDougall: According to Liberal logic, the only thing the government has bandwidth for is spending vast sums of money through the pandemic
Trudeau arrives on Parliament Hill on Oct. 19, 2020, following a week-long break for the House of Commons (CP/Sean Kilpatrick)

Justin Trudeau, wondering what he has to lose

Paul Wells: Why is the PM staring down the opposition with an election threat? Maybe because as far as he’s concerned, Parliament sucks.
Premier Blaine Higgs with his family after winning the New Brunswick provincial election in Quispamsis, N.B. on Sept. 14, 2020 (CP/Andrew Vaughan)

The New Brunswick election: a victory for the 338Canada model

Philippe J. Fournier: The 338Canada projection model hit the mark yet again, and has now identified the winner in 90 per cent of all districts over five elections

Regionalism is nothing new

Scott Matthews: Politics are not significantly more regionalized today than they were in 2015. But Quebec is the anomaly.

Transcript: Elizabeth May’s post-election speech

What did Green Party leader Elizabeth May say after the election on Oct. 21? Find out here.