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NDP teeter-totter tilts toward spring election

Layton is equivocal but Mulcair isn’t when it comes to corporate tax cuts – and caucus leans toward the deputy leader

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Dispute over Hans Island nears resolution. Now for the Beaufort Sea

Canada and Denmark make headway, leaving Harper to push for deal with U.S. over Alaska-Yukon marine

Scrappy Jack Layton besieged on two fronts

NDP Leader will be under attack by Tories in targeted, mostly rural ridings, and Liberals across the board in election that could be his

Liberal attack ads lack ferocity

Commercials don’t focus on Harper but rather on Tory policies believed unpopular with

Liberal attack ads lack ferocity

Commercials don’t focus on Harper but rather on Tory policies believed unpopular with

The kirpan and Canada’s French-English divide

Amid this week’s yelling over religious accommodation, it’s worth remembering the two solitudes miraculously

The kirpan and Canada’s French-English divide

Amid this week’s yelling over religious accommodation, it’s worth remembering the two solitudes miraculously

The five-year shadow of Stephen Harper

Canada’s twelfth longest-serving prime minister is adroit with the most daunting files - a war and a recession. But it’s the small stuff that trips him

Ignatieff walks ideological tightrope in effort to secure Kitchener ridings

NDP, Green Party stronghold crucial to a Liberal election

For Harper, no news is good news for his legacy

Prime Minister touts scandal-free tenure in CBC interview marking five-year

Harper claims the headlines never written as his legacy

Stephen Harper hopes Canadians will reward his party for things that didn't

Should Michael Ignatieff go for a game changer?

Unsolicited questions for the Liberal Leader as he stumps the country in search of

The House that Stephen Harper built

For all its promises of a ‘triple-E' Senate (equal, elected and effective), the Tory government seems to have shifted to the triple-C model – controlling, contrary and Conservative.

Subsidy sabre-rattling helps Harper create false coalition choice

PM poised to go for party financing jugular – just as he did in 2008 when Liberals joined forces with NDP and

Will Jack Layton spoil Michael Ignatieff’s road show?

Liberal Leader ventures into 20 ridings he hopes to steal in next election, but with NDP chief on tour as well Tories are bound to talk up

Can Harper wait out the election traffic jam?

If Tories survive March budget vote, they’ll get a full year of largely unfettered

Ignatieff’s absence apt as Tories strut their stuff

After first week of 2011, there’s little vacationing Liberal Leader could say to wrestle control of agenda from

Harper chooses fresh spokesman for a stale environmental policy

PM’s cabinet shuffle ignores opportunity to take initiative on climate

Harper lays stakes in Toronto suburbs with pre-election shuffle

Tories aiming for breakthrough in traditionally Liberal

Harper to shuffle cabinet Tuesday

Prime Minister will appoint new Environment minister in relatively minor

Tories need to refocus after political shocks of 2010

As Canada marks one year since prorogation, Harper must tackle spending and the

Tories hope anti-gang fighter’s appointment to Senate will pay dividends

Toronto pastor, who worked with police to target at-risk youth, bolsters party’s social-conservative

Tories hope anti-gang fighter’s appointment to Senate will pay dividends

Toronto pastor, who worked with police to target at-risk youth, bolsters party’s social-conservative

No plans for newly appointed senator to join cabinet, Tory official says

Larry Smith expected to announce bid for election

Stephen Harper stands test of time

No matter when election is called, he’s almost certain to become one of Canada’s longest-serving prime

Ignatieff set to trigger election call in New Year

Liberals will oppose budget that includes corporate tax cuts, leader

Your question for Ignatieff: Yes, Liberals would fund MS treatment

Answering Globe reader, he says government should be pro-active and back clinical

Potential Canada-U.S. border deal bound to be controversial

Polls show Canadians wary of getting close to Americans on security, but also worry thickening border is harming the

First nations chiefs in upbeat mood despite uproar over salaries

Uproar comes after recent Canadian Taxpayers Federation report said more than 600 band chiefs and councillors earn more than $100,000 a

What are the chances of a federal election in 2011?

Whether the 40th Parliament lives or dies depends on how the party leaders answer some important

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