Justin Trudeau, his new Liberal government and provincial representatives are heading to the UN climate conference COP 21 on Nov. 30 to create new global targets to go into effect after 2020.
Figures show that Canada is failing to meet its 2020 targets. However, the Trudeau government seems more eager than its predecessor to reduce emissions and curb climate change.
How can the Liberals best fight climate change?
Justin Trudeau officially became Canada's prime minister on Nov. 4 and he appointed his cabinet ministers.
There has been a lot of discussion about Trudeau's approach to appointing his ministers with words like "meritocracy" and "gender parity" being thrown around.
What do you think about Trudeau's new cabinet?
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) secret negotiations were concluded in the final days of the federal election by a "caretaker" government. During the campaign, Justin Trudeau was vague on his party's position on the TPP and only promised to hold an open public debate in Parliament.
What do you think Trudeau should do about the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
So, the 2015 federal election (finally) happened on Oct. 19 and the results are in: it's a Liberal majority with Justin Trudeau as Canada's new prime minister.
What do you think of the 2015 federal election results?
This Monday Oct. 19 is the 2015 federal election. Finally.
It has been 3,000 days since the campaign first kicked off and a lot of ink has been spilled predicting what our next Parliament might look like. So, why not spill some more?
What do you think Canada's Parliament will look like on Oct. 20?
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?