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- NDP, Liberals urge Harper to break from election campaign to help Mohamed Fahmy read comments video
- Mayor criticized for comparing Harper's use of private security to dictators' militias read comments
- What do the Ford brothers and Donald Trump have in common? read comments video
- Doctor-assisted suicide survey stokes controversy read comments
- Nunavut's food crisis is becoming an election issue
- Tory supporter denies misleading Liberal donor over contribution read comments
- Trudeau vows to scrap Conservatives' citizenship law read comments
- Fringe parties fight to spread message — but can they sway key ridings? read comments
- Analysis Spin Cycle: When should deficits stop? read comments video
- Party leaders favour 'strategic' over scenic stops during campaign read comments
- Analysis Poll Tracker: Are the Conservatives headed for 3rd place? read comments
- the house Paul Martin blasts NDP for move to 'far right' 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
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- Federal scientist put on leave over Harperman protest song
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Federal election campaign, week 4
- Shania Twain
- 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.