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Op-Ed: Tories, NDP almost tied in prediction for party to win most seats

Ottawa - The probability of the Conservatives under leader Stephen Harper winning the next federal election is 50.4, according to a Globe and Mail model.

Op-Ed: Canada's income inequality is a startling economic reality

Depending on who you talk to, Canadians and the Canadian economy are in a fantastic position relative to the international community. Others are not so complimentary.

Op-Ed: Rasputin's Murder And Canadian Politics

Was the Liberal Party of Canada jinxed by a 95-year-old curse? What does Rasputin’s murder have to do with Canadian Politics?

5 Questions with Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper Special

Ottawa - Today Stephen Harper tells Richard Mccallum why he deserves a majority government when he answers 5 Questions about himself and his place in Canada's history books in his very first interview with Digital Journal.

Canadian Immigration Minister Jason Kenney talks policies, record Special

Toronto - Canadian Minister of Immigration Jason Kenney presented the Conservative Party's immigration platform and past record at Don Valley West Conservative candidate John Carmichael's campaign office in Toronto.

Canadian PM only taking 5 questions per day, Tories lead in polls

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper doesn't hold a lot of press conferences when Parliament is in session, but it seems he doesn't take a lot of questions even on the campaign trail during this year's federal election.

Canada's Finance Department will tweet the budget on March 4th

Canada's Department of Finance has created a Twitter account, and Canadians will be able to receive budget details tweeted as Minister Jim Flaherty presents his budget to Parliament.

Youth disrupt Question Period to raise climate change awareness

A contingent of some 200 people, described as mainly young people, congregated in the Canadian House of Commons today to raise attention on climate change. The protest followed the International Day of Action on climate change held around the world.

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