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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Possible political comeback makes Burnaby North-Seymour a riding to watch

The Trans Mountain pipeline’s endpoint is in the middle of Burnaby North-Seymour, making the federal riding a key focus in the upcoming election. But

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Contracts for Alberta government political staffers posted online

Howard Anglin, principal secretary to Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, earns $29,000 a year more than his predecessor in the former NDP government.  Once deputy

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‘We need universities to get political now’: Students slam UBC’s plan to stay open during climate strikes

The University of British Columbia’s president says its Vancouver campus will remain open when thousands of students across Metro Vancouver are expected to join global

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Political disinformation is rampant online. How can voters cope?

The federal election is officially underway, and that means more Canadians will be moving online to discuss, debate and prepare for the vote. But they’ll

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Canada’s big cities push political parties for policies on digital economy, privacy – National

Chambers of commerce from Canada’s biggest cities will release a campaign wish list Wednesday urging political parties to commit to establishing national data-governance standards,

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Appointments to agencies, boards and commissions often ‘partisan,’ political scientist says

Agencies, boards and commissions, which help oversee billion-dollar decisions, are the building blocks upon which the provincial government stacks its agenda. Last Friday, less

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Venezuela political negotiations to continue next week: sources – National

Negotiations aimed at breaking Venezuela‘s political standoff will resume next week, likely on the Caribbean island of Barbados, according to three people familiar with

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Officials take look at zones for EI rules, hoping to avoid political pitfalls

A federal department is reconsidering the boundaries that determine how workers in different areas qualify for employment insurance. Changes to the 64 EI regions,

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‘No possibility of influence’ important in UCP leadership investigations: political scientist

Appointing an outside prosecutor to the RCMP investigations into the United Conservative Party’s 2017 leadership race would help eliminate questions about objectivity, a political

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