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Richmond federal candidate defends China's re-education camps

Richmond federal candidate defends China's re-education camps

Zhang Zhe says these camps are the Chinese government’s way of fighting terrorism.
Jagmeet Singh hopes people learn to tell Sikh politicians apart

Jagmeet Singh hopes people learn to tell Sikh politicians apart

The NDP leader laughed off the photo blunder, acknowledging the mistake likely wouldn’t have occurred for two white members of Parliament.
Did a Christmas miracle occur at Vancouver city hall this week?

Did a Christmas miracle occur at Vancouver city hall this week?

Something very unusual - and good - happened this week in Vancouver civic politics.
Elizabeth May steps down as Green party leader

Elizabeth May steps down as Green party leader

Elizabeth May announced Monday she is stepping down as the leader of Canada's Green party.
Half of Canadian voters support changing federal electoral system, poll finds

Half of Canadian voters support changing federal electoral system, poll finds

A Research Co. “exit poll” of Canadian voters asked about the possibility of changing the electoral system at the federal level.
Jagmeet Singh vows to keep up Trans Mountain fight in minority Parliament

Jagmeet Singh vows to keep up Trans Mountain fight in minority Parliament

The morning after Canada’s 43rd federal election, Jagmeet Singh vowed to keep fighting the Trans Mountain expansion project.
Mayor Kennedy Stewart ‘optimistic’ Trudeau government will deliver for Vancouver

Mayor Kennedy Stewart ‘optimistic’ Trudeau government will deliver for Vancouver

The consensus from Mayor Kennedy Stewart and councillors representing two civic political parties is that Canadians’ decision Monday to elect a Liberal minority government in Ottawa should bode well for Vancouver.
Greens once again fail to gain ground in Vancouver this election

Greens once again fail to gain ground in Vancouver this election

Despite making inroads on a municipal and provincial level, the Green Party once again failed to make a dent in Vancouver’s political landscape this federal election.
Conservative Wai Young calls Liberal win a 'sad' day for Canada

Conservative Wai Young calls Liberal win a 'sad' day for Canada

Minister of Defence and Liberal incumbent Harjit Sajjan has won the riding of South Vancouver, securing his seat against Conservative candidate Wai Young.
Trudeau has won the most seats — but not a majority. What happens next?

Trudeau has won the most seats — but not a majority. What happens next?

The Liberals have once more won the most seats in the House of Commons, but this time they do not have an outright majority. So what happens next?