On Oct. 5, the nations participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations came to an agreement.
What do you think is the worst thing about the TPP?
We are edging closer to election day on October 19. The polls are all over the place, we've watched 9,000 debates in two weeks and this campaign has been going on for what feels like forever.
There is no shortage of information out there, so we want to know what issues are really driving you to the ballot box this election?
To strategic vote or not strategic vote continues to be a big question this election. Many campaigns, like Leadnow's Vote Together, are pushing for the "anything put Harper" option, which gets at the crux of the issue: the need for electoral reform.
The NDP has long campaigned on fixing the first-past-the-post system, and both the Greens and the Liberals are campaigning on a platform to abolish Canada's current first-past-the-post system. Fair Vote Canada continues to push for electoral reform.
Which voting system would you prefer for Canada?
The NDP unveiled their fiscal plan on Wednesday, which features four years of budget surpluses.
The plan also shows that the increase in spending, notably to health care and public transit, will be balanced by cancelling Conservative tax breaks for wealthy individuals and increasing corporate tax rates.
What do you think about the NDP's new budget plan?
Chris Alexander, speaking in his role as immigration minister, has said that Canada is welcoming to refugees and a "model of humanitarian action."
Many disagree, especially in light of the news that Immigration Minister Chris Alexander did nothing to help a desperate Syrian family, in a show of indifference that's part of the Harper government's mean-spirited refugee policy.
How could Canada best improve our policies toward refugees?
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau announced, if elected, his government would not balance the budget for three years and instead double spending on infrastructure to increase economic growth.
The $125-billion investment would focus on public transit, green projects and social infrastructure (affordable housing and senior centres).
What do you think of Trudeau's three-year fiscal plan?
We are getting dangerously close to the federal election... oh wait no we're not, it's still weeks away. However, the topic of strategic voting is certainly heating up as this long election campaign continues.
Do you think that strategic voting is the best way to defeat the Harper Conservatives?
It's the much anticipated third installment of the Mike Duffy trial, and our Parlimentary correspondent Karl Nerenberg has been writing and tweeting about it all week.
On Tuesday, key witness former chief of staff Nigel Wright testifed as to whether Duffy accepted a bribe.
What do you think of the Mike Duffy trial so far?
Tonight marks the first debate of the 2015 federal election. Follow along live with rabble tonight for instant progressive analysis!
Hopefully this will be just the first opportunity of several for Canada's political leaders to debate the issues that matter during this long, long election campaign.
What do you think the federal election debates should focus on?