AggregateIQ Data Services Ltd. received the one-time contribution from the National Research Council for a nine-month project aimed at developing digital tools to predict who would turn out to vote and the likelihood of supporting a specific candidate, and to predict the outcome of a campaign's communications strategy.
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor says the federal government has reached millions of young Canadians through various, intensive public education campaigns aimed at informing them about the health and safety risks of using cannabis.
Conservative deputy leader Lisa Raitt is accusing Finance Minister Bill Morneau of hypocrisy when it comes to budget measures aimed at boosting the equality of women and their participation in the workforce.
Liberal MPs have thwarted a bid by Conservatives to force Justin Trudeau’s national security adviser to explain his assertion that rogue elements in the Indian government sabotaged the prime minister’s trip to India last week.
Liberal MPs won't have to fight for the right to carry the ruling party's banner in the next election — provided their riding war chest is at least half full and they've made concerted efforts to keep in contact with voters.
Canada is not immune to cybermischief aimed at suppressing the number of people who vote or manipulating how they vote. But once ballots are cast, not even the most sophisticated cyberattack could tamper with the results.