The carbon tax, energy, immigration, and economy are all tripping up the governing party.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has an advantage over the still little-known Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer; and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s inability to find his footing nationally looms as a potential edge for the Liberals in October, writes Les Whittington. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—The polls show conclusively that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberals are in a position where the Oct. 21 election is theirs to lose. Trudeau remains fairly popular, and majority governments usually get a second kick at the can.
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As internationally mediated talks between the Venezuelan regime and opposition break down, lawmakers and experts are skeptical about the path forward, and are divided on Canada's role in solving the crisis.
There’s an inherent tension at play between journalism’s interest in news value and the public interest, says Elly Alboim, former CBC journalist, who doesn't think debates should be treated as a 'journalistic exercise.'