The Conservative motion for a special committee to investigate the WE Charity controversy and other allegations of ethical breaches demonstrates a lack of confidence and would lead to a federal election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this afternoon, defending his government’s own proposal for a special committee to look at COVID-19 spending.
Voters in Canada's largest city will elect two new Members of Parliament on Oct. 26, replacing former finance minister Bill Morneau in Toronto Centre and former Liberal MP Michael Levitt in York Centre.
More on the 2019 race in a rural riding that stretches from just south of Halifax to Nova Scotia’s southern tip, including such communities such as Bridgewater, Chester, Liverpool, Lunenberg, and Shelburne.
CPAC’s Martin Stringer reports from Cape Breton–Canso, a Nova Scotia riding suffering from the economic malaise that affects most of rural Atlantic Canada: an aging population, little economic growth, and a shrinking tax base.
WATCH ABOVE: CPAC’s Bill Kendrick visits southern New Brunswick, where the Conservatives look to retake two Liberal seats Fundy Royal, a riding that has always voted Conservative except for two occasions (1993 and 2015), is currently held by Liberal candidate Alaina Lockhart. Her principal adversary is Rob Moore, who held […]