The ballots cast in Alberta on Tuesday didn't have any federal names on them, but Parliament Hill was a study in contrasts the morning after, as New Democrats cheered, Conservatives lamented and Liberals refocused on their tougher road toward this fall's election.
Former Sun News host Ezra Levant testified at Mike Duffy's trial in Ottawa about two cheques he received for writing speeches for the now-suspended senator, saying that the topics were for non-partisan, public policy events.
David Cameron's Conservatives and Ed Miliband's Labour Party are neck-and-neck in the polls. Will either be able to stitch together a majority government after Thursday's vote? Polls analyst Eric Grenier looks at the latest numbers.
She ran a near-perfect campaign. Jim Prentice certainly didn't. But Rachel Notley's crushing NDP majority is not some counter-intuitive fluke, Kathleen Petty writes. It is also an expression of the way Albertans see themselves.
Last year, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled against informal police requests to internet service providers for subscriber information of child porn suspects, saying a judge-approved warrant is needed. RCMP and other police say the ruling has hampered their ability to catch perpetrators.