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We now know, in excruciating detail, why two people died in Algo Centre Mall

For lasting change, we need to understand, in equal detail, why communities across Canada are dying.

Conservatives to use every tool to pave way for more negative advertising

CRTC rethinking Canadian content platforms

Google can choose to ignore that conversation, but, as they say in French, ‘Les absents ont toujours tort.’

Multiple reasons for Grit success

Liberals have once again beaten the odds, and, in so doing, mystified the pollsters.

In the end, belonging’s an affair of the heart

But the rapid trajectory of the ‘yes’ movement in Scotland was enough to breathe new life into separatist movements everywhere.

Decision to put an end to a country gut-wrenching, irreversible

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has wisely weighed in on the looming Scottish referendum. Canada is in a unique position to speak about referenda. We know from whence we speak.

Much of Parliament’s work today designed to widen gaps between regions, peoples

Premiers’ lead may leave Harper isolated on missing and murdered aboriginal women

Ontario needs a wake-up call to fix municipal conflict of interest rules

Pure politics could get in the way of Canada Post’s cost cutting

Redford’s caucus cockup shouldn’t be a criminal investigation

To this day, I have not heard a logical explanation of why a spouse’s presence is bona fide but a minor child’s is not.

Smile, stand up for women

If ever you think the battle for equality is over, just look at what is happening around the world.

Conservative team in full election mode: Sheila Copps

Duffy will finally get his day in court

Sen. Mike Duffy and his lawyer have made it clear they won’t go down without a fight.

Is Canada in danger of becoming a banana republic?

Ford discredits the whole political class

There are just so many unanswered questions surrounding the return of Rob Ford that no feckless, feigned apology is going to make it right.

At least MacKay is an honest sexist: Copps

Justice Minister Peter MacKay was right. More Canadian women are involved in child rearing, house cleaning, and food preparation than their male counterparts. So why are we shooting the messenger without actually doing anything about it.

Sheila Copps: the next election’s question is shaping up

NDP executes next best strategy, a frontal attack on Commons Board of Internal Economy: Copps

For Tom Mulcair, who loves to trumpet his party’s squeaky-clean image, his spending scandal may be more than pricey. But he is banking that a future day in court will lower the cost.

If Wynne does win, she needs to stop apologizing


Parliamentary Calendar
Friday, October 24, 2014
Lockdown on the Hill, Oct. 22 Oct. 22, 2014

Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MPs on Wednesday morning at the corner of Metcalfe and Wellington streets outside the Langevin Block, where the prime minister has an office, across the street from Parliament Hill. They include Rosane Doré Lefebvre, far left, Hélène Laverdière, second from right, and Charlie Angus, far right. 

Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MP Charlie Angus and other MPs wait in front of the prime minister's office at Langevin Block, after leaving the Hill on Wednesday morning. 

Anne Marie Creskey

Ottawa Police Service officers on Parliament Hill at around 10:45 a.m.

Anne Marie Creskey

Ottawa Police cars on Wellington Street in front of the Hill on the morning of the attack.

Anne Marie Creskey

An armoured police vehicle on Metcalfe Street headed toward the Hill.

Anne Marie Creskey

More police arrive on Wellington Street.

Anne Marie Creskey

RCMP officers on Sparks Street between Elgin and Metcalfe streets on Wednesday morning. Surroundings buildings were locked down and later evacuated. 

Anne Marie Creskey

Reporters and camera crews are pushed back to the corner of Sparks and Metcalfe streets.

Anne Marie Creskey

The prime minister's office in the Langevin Block is evacuated.

Anne Marie Creskey

Police with a stretcher on Sparks Street.