Justin Trudeau pushed aside on Friday, September 20, 2019, global mockery of his decisions years ago to dress in blackface, saying he's focused on apologizing to Canadians — including his rival, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh.
Green Leader Elizabeth May pushed past the political pack on Monday, September 16, 2019, by introducing a wide-ranging set of new policy promises while her rivals were recycling or expanding on old ideas.
What police were calling an "ambush-style" shooting in the Toronto area that left one teenager dead and five other people injured saw federal party leaders swiftly move to offer condolences on Sunday, September 15, 2019, but little in the way of new ideas to address gun violence in Canada's cities.
An election campaign sure to feature plenty of pocketbook promises got underway amid deeper questions of ethics and values on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, as federal leaders challenged Canadians to consider the kind of country they want to vote for 40 days from now.
The Conservative campaign machine revs up in earnest this week, with two events scheduled on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, in places where the party aims to increase its support come the Oct. 21 vote.
Wooing workers in Canada's union heartland was the focus for federal party leaders this Labour Day, with Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh all in Hamilton, Ont.
Andrew Scheer's promise to stop any efforts to revisit abortion laws could disappoint voters who had found comfort in having a political leader who shared their anti-abortion views, prominent leaders of that movement said on Friday, August 30, 2019.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer sought on Thursday, August 29, 2019, to put a pin in the question of whether his party would reopen debates on abortion or same-sex marriage, blaming the Liberals for trying to aggravate ancient divisions to distract from their own failures.