On Tuesday, the Greens said they'd accepted 14 former provincial NDP candidates in New Brunswick and one executive with the federal party. But the New Democrats contested that Thursday, saying "at least six" of the people on the list hadn't jumped ship.
One claimed Canada was taking in 100,000 Palestinians, while another said a convicted child killer could come here. Their origins are shady, but that doesn’t mean they were spread by a foreign disinformation campaign, experts say.
The controversy over a series of now-removed billboards promoting PPC's anti-immigration agenda should serve as a warning of things to come, as increasing third-party election activity ushers in a new era of dark money, outside influence and disinformation.
Stickers are the new frontline of Canada's battle over carbon pricing. As the Doug Ford governments mandatory anti-carbon tax stickers go up on Ontario gas pumps Friday, a grassroots campaign is fighting back.
People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier says he had nothing to do with the anti-immigration billboards featuring his picture. But the advertising firm that paid for them is linked to a company that hosted a fundraiser for him.
Samantha Reusch is aiming to help young Canadians identify misinformation online because she and her colleagues can't monitor all social media platforms for false information during this fall's campaign.