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?
When will the 2015 federal election be called? Who knows! We've heard gossip about August 6, jokes about "ha, never!" and strongs opinions that the election will be called as early as Sunday August 2.
When do you think the 2015 federal election will be called?
A recent poll found that a significant number of Canadians cannot afford their medication and as a result are not taking the correct dosage recommended by their doctor and are skipping or splitting pills or not filling their prescriptions.
The poll also reported that 91 per cent of Canadians support a national pharmacare program.
Do you think prescription drugs should be added to health-care coverage?
The campaigning for the 2015 federal election is well underway, which means debate season is upon again.
Last week, Elizabeth May, leader of the Green party, was excluded from two high-profile debates, which the federal Green party has deemed unfair.
Do you think the Green party should be included in high-profile election debates?
With the news this week that Canadian Sentors voted in favour of passing Bill C-377 into law, we're both not shocked and continue to be horrified by the Harper government and its anti-democractic practices.
What is the worst democracy-killing bill Harper has crammed through Parliament lately?
This week, Karl Nerenberg wrote about the unofficial start of the campaign season. He noted that Liberal and NDP parties have more in common with each other than they do with the Conservatives. With an election on the way, politics are not on hold for summer 2015. What do you think the summer holds in politics?
It's shaping up to be a tight federal election this year, and it looks like Stephen Harper is trying to get all the help he can by making it harder for certain Canadians to vote.
Recent changes to the Fair Elections Act, proposed after the robocall scandal, still disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of Canadians from voting in the next election.
Do you think the Harper government is committing voter suppression?