Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says if elected his government would repeal the Conservative government's "two-tiered" citizenship law and that he would do more to help free imprisoned Egyptian-Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy. More read comments
There is little denying the Liberals handed their rivals a political gift on Thursday by announcing that, should the Liberals form the next government, they will run deficits in the first three years of their mandate. It provoked seemingly out-of-character reactions from his main rivals. Economists seem less worried. More read comments video
- Campaign trail quiet as Harper, Mulcair take day off read comments
- Fringe parties fight to spread message — but can they sway key ridings? read comments
- Thomas Mulcair has Halifax NDP rally set for Sunday read comments
- Hoping to see party leaders in your town? Only if they have something to gain read comments
- Federal scientist put on leave over Harperman protest song read comments
- David Dodge on why the fiscal monitor doesn't matter read comments video
- MP Steven Fletcher hopes to ignite debate on assisted-suicide with new book read comments
- Harper touts $5B surplus; Liberals call it 'phoney' read comments
- Trudeau takes climate change question from event protesters read comments video
- Mulcair says there's too much poverty for tax dollars to go to pro sports
- Ottawa posts $5B surplus for April-to-June period read comments
- Paul Martin accuses Conservatives, NDP of 'holding hands' on economy read comments
- Who is Tom Mulcair? 5 questions Canadians asked Google read comments video
- Meet the 6th federal party with 3 incumbents read comments
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- Tom Mulcair says there's too much poverty for tax dollars to go to pro sports
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Federal election campaign, week 4
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- The singer talks about turning a corner and turning 50.
- The Deficit Debate | At Issue
- Things got heated this week as the three main parties ramp up the rhetoric around the D-word...deficit.
- Stock Market Shock | The Bottom Line
- This week's market mayhem was sudden and dramatic. Some analysis from The Bottom Line Panel.
- Week 4 of the campaign sees parties drawn economic battle lines August 29, 2015 2:01 PM This week on The House, former Prime Minister Paul Martin defends the Liberals' plan to invest in infrastructure... and run more deficits. Then, former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge gives us his assessment of Canada's economic situation.