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- Analysis Surging NDP changes contours of Alberta race
- With the NDP now a force in the Alberta provincial election, the dynamics of the race have changed drastically from 2012. Polls analyst Eric Grenier explains why that is bad news for PC Leader Jim Prentice.
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- Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Prentice says he has confidence in Jonathan Denis as the Tory candidate for Calgary-Acadia, despite the former justice minister's resignation from the ministerial post on Saturday.
- P.E.I. Votes 2015: Leaders' Debate
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- Analysis Election promises: Student achievement and shrinking enrolments
- How P.E.I.'s four political parties would solve the problems of shrinking enrolments, urban concentration, student achievement, and other issues in the education system.
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- Justin Trudeau, Bill Blair defend record over handling of G20 protest
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- Mike Duffy trial: Senate finance knew Duffy had lived in Ottawa home for years
- NDP bid to make Nov. 11 'legal' holiday stalled in Parliament
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- No new assisted death law before election, but consultations soon: MacKay
Mike Duffy trial: The players so far
- Week One of the Mike Duffy trial Apr. 11, 2015 2:01 PM This week on The House, with week one of the Mike Duffy trial now in the books, we break down the first week of proceedings and the political implications of the case with the CBC's Terry Milewski, Radio-Canada's Emmanuelle Latraverse, the former law clerk of the House of commons Rob Walsh and the Senate's longest-serving member Anne Cools.