With more than a year to go before the next election, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has a lot of work to do to win back voters, an exclusive new poll conducted for Postmedia suggests. 404 more words
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Saskatchewan hopes to follow the lead of other provinces and develop its own integrated provincial strategy on domestic violence.
The province currently doesn’t have an overarching strategy; Minister of Justice Gordon Wyant said Thursday he’s asked the ministry to begin looking at that by consulting organizations that support women and children who have been victims of interpersonal violence. 329 more words
The best opposition politician in Alberta right now is Rachel Notley.
Her recent speech to the adoring NDP faithful at the University of Calgary, in which she savaged the parties trying to line up against her bunch of rascals, was the best bit of political grandstanding seen in many a month. 629 more words
Roy Romanow is among this province’s most influential politicians whose impact has sent ripples through the entire country.
After replacing Allan Blakeney as leader of the Saskatchewan New Democrats in 1987, Romanow was elected premier in 1991. 256 more words
OTTAWA — After seven months of waiting, the federal New Democrats scored their first leadership candidate: Peter Julian, who had already technically registered as a candidate, finally committed to his leadership bid Sunday afternoon. 558 more words
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took aim at small-c conservative leaders she says “will do anything to score cheap, political points,” as she rallied supporters in Calgary Saturday. 575 more words
Not so long ago, Thomas Mulcair’s New Democrats campaigned on a broadly centrist platform, buttressed by a common-sense pledge: A federal NDP government would provide responsible, competent public administration. 814 more words