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NDP Don Davies re-elected in Vancouver-Kingsway

NDP Don Davies re-elected in Vancouver-Kingsway

Don Davies, the incumbent NDP MP, has been re-elected in his Vancouver Kingsway riding, defeating, among others, a high-profile Liberal candidate making her foray into politics.
Canadians begin to cast ballots after divisive campaign, and amid tight polls

Canadians begin to cast ballots after divisive campaign, and amid tight polls

The campaigning is over and Canadians in some parts of the country have started heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the country's 43rd general election.
ID, ballot selfies, location: A few things to know about voting on Election Day

ID, ballot selfies, location: A few things to know about voting on Election Day

Polls are open across the country. Here are few things to know about casting your ballot, courtesy of Elections Canada.
Listen to our Stupid Politics columnist all election night on News 1130

Listen to our Stupid Politics columnist all election night on News 1130

Listen to Bob Kronbauer, John Ackermann and James Cybulski on election night on News 1130 starting at 7pm First, my apologies to you for writing a headline in the third person. I'm V.I.A.'s politics columnist.
Liberals silent, Conservatives backtrack on birth tourism fix

Liberals silent, Conservatives backtrack on birth tourism fix

While the Liberals have yet to offer solutions to Canada’s birth tourism industry, the Conservatives are now backtracking on its pledge to end birthright citizenship.
Minor 'fender bender' at root of 1999 B.C. court file naming Justin Trudeau

Minor 'fender bender' at root of 1999 B.C. court file naming Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau was involved in a minor vehicle collision that ended up in British Columbia civil court through the insurance process, according to records.
Housing top B.C. issue but experts question whether platforms strong enough

Housing top B.C. issue but experts question whether platforms strong enough

Housing is a top election issue in the costly urban centres of British Columbia and federal parties are battling for votes with a range of real estate promises.
Here's what we found when we investigated North Shore candidates' court records

Here's what we found when we investigated North Shore candidates' court records

Several candidates running for election in the three North Shore ridings have been sanctioned – most in relatively minor ways – after brushes with the legal system, a check of court records has revealed.
Horgan warns federal leaders their opponents may become colleagues next week

Horgan warns federal leaders their opponents may become colleagues next week

British Columbia's Premier John Horgan is warning the federal parties to play nice in the final leg of the campaign.
Five Surrey ridings up for grabs with dissipated ‘red wave’

Five Surrey ridings up for grabs with dissipated ‘red wave’

Surrey is an ethnically diverse, economically complex city where housing costs have soared, making affordability among the key issues across all parties.