Jun 27, 2019
If you listen to the polling, as of right now Conservative leader Andrew Scheer stands a good chance of ousting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government this fall.
But it’s not necessarily a clear path to victory.
Dave is joined by Postmedia's Parliamentary bureau chief John...
Jun 26, 2019
We bring the fourth and final chapter in our series on how the Alberta election was won and lost. Today, Emma Graney explains how Jason Kenney was able to tap into the mood of Albertans so successfully.
Jun 25, 2019
At the U.S. Canada border between B.C. and Washington, there’s a park where you can freely meander between countries so long as you don’t leave the stretch of grass.
But that free movement has allegedly been exploited by a B.C. man who is accused of bringing people into the country illegally using that park.
Jun 20, 2019
It is now illegal in Quebec for people in positions of authority to wear religious symbols on the job.
Quebec’s Bill 21 looks to defend the idea secularism in the province, but critics say it targets people of specific religions, and excludes them from Quebec society.
Jun 18, 2019
Ontario Premier Doug Ford campaigned on a slogan of For the People.
A year in, has he lived up to that promise?
We look at how the first year in office has gone, where the premier has succeeded and where he has stumbled.
Dave is joined by National Post columnist Matt Gurney.