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A vote for the People's Party is like a vote for the Liberals, O'Toole says
News/Politics: Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole said today that conservative-minded voters sick of the Liberal government should park their votes with the Tories rather than turn to the People's Party of Canada (PPC) in this election.
Toronto Liberal candidate is asked to 'pause' campaign after report of dropped sexual assault charge
News/Canada/Toronto: Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Friday his party has asked Toronto candidate Kevin Vuong to "pause his campaign" after the Toronto Star reported he had been charged previously with sexual assault — a charge that was later dropped.
'Trudeau is bad for Canada,' Singh says as Liberal leader asks progressives to unite
News/Politics: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh launched his most pointed attack yet on his Liberal opponent today, saying Justin Trudeau is a failed leader who is "bad for Canada." Trudeau, meanwhile, dismissed the NDP as an unserious option.
Between violence and vandalism, the parties are experiencing a very ugly campaign
News/Politics: The three main parties say they’ve experienced ugly incidents on the campaign trail, ranging from vandalism to assault. Some party operatives say it's the nastiest campaign they've ever experienced.
Activists confront Singh over NDP's environmental stance on Fairy Creek, TMX
News/Politics: NDP Leader Jagmeet was challenged by a small group of young environmentalists on Thursday following a media availability in Toronto over his positions on old-growth logging at Fairy Creek in B.C. and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Canada must 'learn from' the pandemic crisis in parts of the West, Tam says
News/Politics: Canada's chief public health officer says other provinces need to learn from the poor pandemic example being set by Alberta and Saskatchewan if they want to avoid the crisis now afflicting health services in those provinces.
An Erin O'Toole-led pandemic plan would look like Alberta's COVID crisis, Trudeau says
News/Politics: With Alberta now in the grip of another public health emergency after a summer largely free of COVID-related restrictions, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said today Canadians can’t trust Conservatives to run the country during a pandemic.
Controversial question in English debate may have galvanized Bloc voters
News/Canada/Montreal: A question during the English-language leaders' debate last week has revived an old wound, namely, Quebecers feeling disrespected and misunderstood by the rest of Canada, and appears to have earned the Bloc Québécois a bump in the polls.
Face to Face 2021: Annamie Paul met 4 undecided voters. Here's what happened
News/Politics: Green Leader Annamie Paul says the only difference between the Conservative and Liberal climate change plans is that the Conservatives are being honest about their ability to hit their emissions reduction targets.
Tories try again to crack vote-rich Toronto-area ridings
News/Politics: For the Conservatives to win this election, analysts say they'll have to make significant inroads in the Greater Toronto Area, a vote-rich ring of suburban communities surrounding Toronto that the party was largely shut out of in the last federal election.