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?
The B.C. Liberals introduced their provincial budget this week, further chronicling their practice of "balancing" the budget at the expense of those who can least afford it.
What is the most shocking aspect of the B.C. Liberal budget?
Sun News Network announced on Thursday that it would be shutting down Friday February 13.
The network employed 200 people, most infamously, media personality Ezra Levant. It was often dubbed "Fox News North" because of its heavy right-wing tilt.
What do you think about the Sun News Network shutdown?
To the surpise of many (including possibly Stephen Harper) Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird resigned.
There has been a great deal of speculation about why Baird left the Conservatives so close to election time.
So, why do you think John Baird resigned?
The Harper government has tabled its terrorism legislation, C-51, the "Anti-Terrorism Act."
It includes a new offence: knowingly "advocating" commission of terrorism offences "in general," and expands CSIS powers beyond surveillance into the power to act.
What is your first reaction to this new bill?
The Bank of Canada announced this week that it was lowering its trend-signalling interest rate from 1.0 per cent, where it had been pegged since 2010, to 0.75 per cent.
What do you think about this decision?
Since opinion polls about voting in the 2015 federal election are all the rage right now, we thought we'd join the fun!
So, who do you think you'll vote for in the 2015 federal election?
Peter Mansbridge and Stephen Harper sat down for their annual chat on Wednesday Dec. 17, and we learned some hard-hitting truths about politics in Canada like apparently Canada's emissions are going down, and we need to protect Big Oil.
This all leads to the biggest question of 2014: What is the Harper government's biggest transgression in 2014?