The Conservative leadership contest provides a window for Tories to reimagine their party as one that straddles the political centre with broad appeal. The candidate best placed to accomplish this ambitious project is clearly Jean Charest, writes Andrew Perez.
With the right message and the right leadership, the occupation of Ottawa can end, writes columnist Max Fawcett. And when it’s over, we need to take full stock of who was really behind it — and what they wanted to achieve.
Ford, for all of his failings as Ontario premier, remains reasonably popular — especially in the parts of the country where federal Conservatives need to win to form government, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
Late last month, the Prime Minister's Office unveiled Ottawa's new roster of parliamentary secretaries to support Justin Trudeau’s 38-member cabinet. Here's a look at what parliamentary secretaries do and why they're important.
Ahmed Hussen says tamping down on the rush for investment properties and flipping, as well as discouraging foreign investors from holding on to vacant homes, is also part of a push to rein in rising home prices.