This week, Canada’s six federal party leaders participated in English and French debates, the final opportunity to question each other on their platforms and promises before Canadians head to the polls.
On Thursday evening, all six federal party leaders participated in a French debate to continue to discuss core issues facing Canadians ahead of the Oct. 21 election.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau boards his campaign plane in Ottawa on Sunday, September 29, 2019. It looks like leader of the Conservative Party and Justin Trudeau’s cargo plane have established a mutual friendship. On Wednesday, Andrew Scheer tweeted a message to the unofficial Twitter account of the Liberal Party leader’s second plane.
As people around the world hit the theatres to check out the film Joker, critics and audience members alike are questioning whether its dark premise and aggressive presentation can actually be “dangerous” for people to see.
Just hours before the English debate with all six federal party leaders, the Liberal party released a statement accusing the Conservatives of a “planned debate stunt.”
Canadians are waiting to see who will come out on top in Canada’s first election debate with all the party leaders in attendance.
On Thursday, The Globe and Mail revealed that Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer is a dual Canada-U.S. citizen, which became a particularly interesting fact as Scheer criticized former governor-general Michaëlle Jean for not giving up her French citizenship back in 2005.
A septuagenarian in B.C. was issued a ticket for having her cell phone visible while charging in her vehicle’s cup holder.
Justin Trudeau continues to ask for Canadians’ forgiveness after three instances of the Liberal party leader in blackface and brownface makeup emerged Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
On Thursday evening, federal NDP, Conservative and Green Party leaders participated in the first debate of the 2019 election campaign, hosted by Maclean’s and Citytv.
After the official federal election campaign began on Wednesday, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer called for Justin Trudeau to stop lying, tell the truth and stop covering up his role in the SNC-Lavalin scandal. Since Andrew Scheer has raised questions about Justin Trudeau’s trustworthiness, do you trust the Conservative leader?
Following the announcement that the bodies of Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, and Kam McLeod, 19, were found, many are commenting on the abilities of the RCMP.
With recreational cannabis now legalized, a Vancouver dispensary is now pushing forward with selling 'magic mushrooms' in microdoses.
Several debit card fraud incidents have been reported in Canada recently, particularly in the Toronto area.
Many Canadians may not be totally sold on the federal party they plan to vote for in October, but there are already some core issues that have been identified as key items that could sway voting intention as we get closer to election day.
With just over three months until Canada’s federal election, the process of assessing the current government, and contemplating the future of the country with a new party in power, is starting to ramp up for Canadians.
Yahoo Canada polled its readers about the Doug Ford government deciding to cancel the Canada Day event hosted at Queen's Park in Toronto this year.
With Canada Day less than a week away, Doug Ford's Ontario government has decided to cancel the celebration at Queen's Park this year.
Facing declining approval ratings, Doug Ford's government is taking a five-month summer break from the legislature. But do Ford's policies impact your opinion of the federal conservatives?
Highly restrictive abortion legislation has been passed in several U.S. states, prompting outcry from Americans. It’s also made waves up north, with Canadians examining the country’s own policies on abortion.
Toronto’s Mayor John Tory didn’t mince words this morning when he called out the Ontario government's encroachment on the city’s municipal affairs.
Biodegradable bags are turning out to be less effective at breaking down than once thought, and that's just the first issue with recycling in Canada.