What's going on in Alberta, right?! With the Alberta election on May 5 drawing close, many polls are predicting an NDP minority government. But will the PCs have a last minute resurgence?
What do you think will happen in the Alberta election?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off his visit to Canada by signing a deal to buy more than 3,000 tons of uranium from Saskatchewan over the next five years for India's power reactors.
What do you think of the Canada-India uranium deal?
The Mike Duffy trial has begun! Even just a few days in there has been lots of excitement and spectacle.
What do you think is the most interesting element of the Duffy trial?
Canada Post turned a massive $299-million profit in 2014. How surprising! (not.)
What will the Harper government do next with Canada Post's 2014 profit?
The NDP has outlined a plan to scrap "dangerous provisions" from Bill C-51. The amendments include: restoring the position of CSIS Inspector General, regular reports to the House by the Security Intelligence Review Committee and stronger privacy protections throughout the bill.
What do you think of the NDP's plan to amend Bill C-51?
The Harper government will present a motion in the House of Commons next week to extend the current military mission in Iraq.
It was revealed by Defence Minister Jason Kenney that Canada's military mission in Iraq has so far cost $122 million.
What do you think of Harper's plan to extend the mission in Iraq?
This Saturday March 14 is the Day of Action against Bill C-51, the anti-terrorism act, and over 50 communities in Canada will be holding protests.
What do your friends and family think about Bill C-51?
Canada's Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien issued his critique on the Harper government's Bill C-51 and he did not mince words.
What is your reaction to the Privacy Commissioner's critique of Bill C-51?
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau outlined his party's economic platform heading into the 2015 federal election.
Should his party assume government, the Liberals' five main economic points will be: infrastructure, post-secondary education, exports, entrepreneurship and investment in research and science.
What do you think of the Liberals' economic platform going into the federal election?