‘It showed some learning’: Expert says Trudeau’s blackface apology seems genuine, but voters are divided

When Justin Trudeau announced his first cabinet, Lucas Medina drove to Ottawa to stand in the cold and witness, because he was so enthused

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Trudeau jumps ahead of Scheer as voters’ choice for best prime minister – National

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has leapt ahead of his rival, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, in Canadians’ estimations of whom would make the best prime

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‘Well, show it:’ Trudeau challenged by Quebec voters over position on Bill 21

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau‘s preference for a day of shaking hands and light conversations on the campaign trail Saturday didn’t materialize, as some Quebec

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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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First-time voters look forward to making their voices heard in provincial election

Albertans have been hitting the polls in record-breaking numbers so far this provincial election, with many voting for the very first time in their

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Voters will see new Alberta political parties on ballot for 1st time

When Alberta voters mark their ballots for the April 16 provincial election, many will see the names of political parties brand new to them. Yes,

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Voters cast ballots in Ont., B.C. and Que. byelections tonight

CBC News will have live coverage of three federal byelections being held tonight in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. Two of the contests being

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All eyes turn to tiny P.E.I. as electoral reform put to voters

Tiny Prince Edward Island has a chance to send a big message to the rest of the country about electoral reform when voters are

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A Western Canada party once worked to win a place in Ottawa. Today, voters might back another: poll

“The West Wants In.” That was the founding slogan of the Reform Party, a political movement that grew out of Western Canada in the

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Voters head to the polls in critical U.S. midterm test for Donald Trump – National

Clara Swallows pulled herself out of bed. Her aching back made her want to stay put, but the 74-year-old in Indiana had somewhere she

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