Parliament resumes today after a three month summer recess and the Trudeau government must start to tackle some hard choices it faces. Here are four things to watch as the House of Commons reconvenes.
Byrdie Funk had what some would call a quintessential Canadian life, until she received a letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Voters in the southern Alberta riding of Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner will go to the polls on Oct. 24 to choose a new Member of Parliament after Conservative Jim Hillyer died of a heart attack in the spring.
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has often been accused of being a political lightweight but at least yesterday he dressed appropriately to tackle the fight he currently faces in the Labour Party.
A GROUP of pro-Corbyn activists have been branded a “cult” after they announced plans for a nationwide youth wing to introduce children to hard-left politics.
EUROPHILE Tim Farron has been slapped down live on air as the whinging politician was savaged for refusing to accept Britain’s democratic vote to leave the European Union.
JEREMY CORBYN has already "thrown in the towel" over the EU, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron will claim.
JEREMY CORBYN appeared to be tightening his grip on the Labour Party by suggesting the reintroduction of shadow cabinet elections with a members' vote after his allies appeared to back deselection of disloyal MPs.
In November, Trudeau is due to finalize a national plan on climate change. By Dec. 19, his cabinet must decide whether to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline proposal. Whatever the decisions, Trudeau will be spending his political capital with part of the electorate.
Geoff Regan, Speaker of the House of Commons, took a new approach to heckling when Parliament was last sitting. Who were the MPs singled-out most often by Regan, and will his new approach help improve decorum in the House, which begins sitting again today?