It’s an election, actually: Boris Johnson’s ‘Love Actually’ spoof met with criticism – National

The 2003 Christmas-themed romantic comedy “Love Actually” has become an unlikely election battleground for Britain. Prime Minister Boris Johnson released a campaign video on

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New Tsuut’ina Nation chief lays out priorities after election

When Tsuut’ina Nation Chief Roy Whitney was first elected in 1984, he began to explore possibilities for a potential ring road in Calgary alongside then-premier Ralph

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Independent Senator Andre Pratte announces resignation amid federal election

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 21, 2019 10:20 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font

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COMMENTARY: How to watch election night like a political pro – National

Political pros don’t watch election night the way most people do. They are looking for specific cues and clues as to how the night

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Voter information cards sent to 28M Canadians 3 weeks from election

Albertans who voted at a provincial polling station in April will have to pay attention to their voter information cards for the upcoming federal election. The cards,

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Munk Debates axe foreign-policy election event since Trudeau won’t attend

TORONTO — Organizers of a foreign-policy election debate that was scheduled for next Tuesday say they’re cancelling the event because Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau

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Canada election: Sherwood Park – Fort Saskatchewan

This riding was created in 2015 and the area’s former MP, Tim Uppal, ran in a different riding, leading to Garnett Genuis being elected

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Tory, Liberal leaders back on the road for 2nd full week of federal election campaign – National

After a day off the campaign trail Saturday, Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer are on the road again today. Trudeau is promising a new

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Bank of Canada says it will lie low to avoid impacting federal election campaign – National

The economy is a top concern for Canadian voters and the Bank of Canada, an authority on the issue, will be largely silent during

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Federal Election 2019: Singh says he wouldn’t have gone to law school with current tuition costs

At a town hall in Sudbury, Ont., On Tuesday, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh told the crowd he paid just $8,000 a year to attend

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