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NDP ready ‘any time’ for election if party goals not met, Singh says

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'We know that the government is going to need our support at some level if they want to pass bills,' he said. 'That’s not going to come for free.'
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The process of new MPs learning where their Ottawa offices will be will begin after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces who will be making up his re-jigged cabinet on Nov. 20, the government whip said last week.
David Merner, a failed Green candidate from B.C., says there are encouraging signs the party could come close to surpassing the NDP in its fundraising numbers next year. He is vying to take the reins from Elizabeth May.
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With Liberal fortunes on the decline in the Western provinces, one pollster says the party could be shut out of Alberta for a decade.
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'It was not a campaign about the future, it was a campaign about what happened in the past,' says Jean-Marc Léger of Léger Marketing.
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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh laid out his pitch for working with a Liberal minority government, but said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should reach out to him, with now more than a week gone after the Oct. 21 vote.
The NDP will have to rebuild its ranks in Quebec after all but one MP lost in the province that had elevated the party to the official opposition status eight years ago.
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From Rihanna's follow to Obama's endorsement of Trudeau to Time Magazine's brownface scoop, here are some highlights from the 40-day campaign.
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The Conservative's candidate, Justin McCaffrey, has skipped two events, including a debate on the environment, intended to feature all candidates.
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Six federal party leaders took to the stage Monday evening to make their pitch to voters in the English-language debate in hopes of claiming or defending as many seats as they can ahead of Oct. 21.
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Conservative candidate Justina McCaffrey and People's Party candidate Scott Miller are not expected to participate in an all-candidates debate in Kanata-Carleton on the environment.
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As party leaders continue to criss cross the country in the campaign, ridings they are hitting up show nobody can overestimate their hold on a region, say strategists.
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A sombre ceremony was held in Gatineau, Que., on Monday, to honour the children who died in residential schools. At least 4,200 children are believed to have died, but only 2,800 have been identified to date.
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Thousands of protestors rallied in Ottawa on Sept. 27 to demand stronger climate action as similar events took place in cities across the country, including Toronto and Montreal.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will be in Vancouver during the rally, but declined to say if he would attend the city's march, while NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he'll make an appearance at the protest in Victoria.
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Given that younger voters helped propel the Liberals to a majority in the 2015 election, it could be a lost opportunity if Mr. Trudeau skipped out on the climate rally, says pollster Greg Lyle.
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Multiple images of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in racist blackface and brownface, in some instances dating back to the 1990s, have prompted reaction from Canadians and international figures.
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At more than 200 pages, Jody Wilson-Raybould’s book draws on speeches, lectures, and other pieces on Indigenous issues she’s penned over the last 10 years.
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Election Canada is also reinforcing its efforts to reach younger and first-time voters, opening 121 offices at 109 post-secondary campuses spanning 86 ridings.
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The Conservatives want to roll back most of the Liberals' signature environmental policies, while the Liberals and NDP have promised more expansive health care coverage.
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‘Canadians do tend to be, when it comes to these matters of morality, less morally traditional,’ agreed Concordia University’s Nick Ruderman.
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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau can sometimes be spotted alongside her husband at political fundraisers, including Laurier Club appreciation events, where works the crowd.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost the second of two key Brexit votes Wednesday, thrusting British politics into further chaos. His push for an election was defeated; a two-thirds majority is needed.
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It remains unknown how much longer 100 Wellington St., which has sat vacant since 1998, will be closed to the public, but Ottawa is to have a finalized plan for the long-term use of the site by fall 2021.
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A new report on youth political engagement in Canada suggests, based on several measures, younger voters may be more engaged than their older cohorts.
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Opposition MPs are hopeful that Liberals on the House Ethics Committee will agree to have the ethics commissioner testify on his latest report.
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The Green Party is promising a balanced budget by the end of their mandate, should they be handed one come October, in an effort to be seen as more than a single-issue party.
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The NDP plans to target first-time voters, while the Liberals' youth critic says his party's engagement strategy may not include direct appeals to youth. 
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'It’s important for me to let you know that this is an election year, but the work won’t stop. The work continues until the writ drops for 35 days,' Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett said.
On Tuesday, they head to Winnipeg to discuss Indigenous issues, and later this week, will be in Calgary for energy and trade talks. 
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Independent Senator Kim Pate, who will be among those in attendance at Nicholas Kasirer's hearing next week, is interested in hearing about his views about how systemic inequality can affect access to justice.
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Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh is touring key ridings in Quebec this week currently held by New Democrats.

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