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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.
What happens if no one wins a majority in the 2019 election?

What happens if no one wins a majority in the 2019 election?

The party leaders are talking about how the standings in the House of Commons after the election could determine who gets to govern. What happens if no one wins the majority on Oct. 21?
Metro Vancouver Mayors' Council releases voters guide on transportation

Metro Vancouver Mayors' Council releases voters guide on transportation

Metro Vancouver’s Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation has released a guide to help voters navigate the promises each party has made around public transportation.
Green Leader Elizabeth May predicts minority government, warns against majority

Green Leader Elizabeth May predicts minority government, warns against majority

Green Leader Elizabeth May says it appears Canadians are about to elect a minority government.
Obama weighs in on federal election, urges Canadians to vote Trudeau

Obama weighs in on federal election, urges Canadians to vote Trudeau

Former U.S. president Barack Obama is urging Canadians to re-elect Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in an endorsement just a few days before the federal election.
Trudeau accuses Tories of running 'one of the dirtiest, nastiest campaigns'

Trudeau accuses Tories of running 'one of the dirtiest, nastiest campaigns'

The Conservatives are running one of the dirtiest, nastiest election campaigns Canadians have ever seen, Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
Port Moody mayor will resume leave of absence over sex assault charge

Port Moody mayor will resume leave of absence over sex assault charge

Port Moody Mayor Rob Vagramov announced Tuesday night that he’s heading back on leave.
What would a Liberal-NDP coalition cost taxpayers?

What would a Liberal-NDP coalition cost taxpayers?

That leaves some form of coalition or co-operation between the Liberals and NDP as the most likely outcome – should it ever come to that.
Promise tracker: What the parties are pitching on the campaign trail

Promise tracker: What the parties are pitching on the campaign trail

A running list of specific promises announced by the Liberals, Conservatives, NDP and Green party since the official start of the federal election campaign on Sept. 11.
Election day is Oct. 21, but increasing numbers prefer to vote early

Election day is Oct. 21, but increasing numbers prefer to vote early

B.C. residents took advantage of being able to cast their federal election advance ballots over the holiday Thanksgiving weekend, joining Canadians across the country.