Here’s what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada’s political parties are on Day 40 – the final day of the election campaign.
In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: Will the election results reveal a divided country? Also: what if the polls are wrong? — and how do I find out who wins?
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will spend one of his final stops in Calgary on Saturday night, making his second visit to the province of the election campaign.
Elections Canada has made special accommodations to ensure hundreds of workers commissioned by Manitoba Hydro can cast their ballots on Monday, following a snowstorm that caused immeasurable damage across the province.
The team at CBC News has tried to keep the parties honest by fact-checking key claims made by the leaders and their platforms.
Some of the most closely watched races on election night will be in ridings where high-profile cabinet ministers are on the ballot — and at risk of losing their seats.
While many Canadians may be familiar with the main federal parties in Canada, many are not always aware of the smaller political parties in this election that sit outside the mainstream.
This week on The House, we hear from international-relations experts who lament the lack of attention foreign policy issues have gotten during the federal election campaign. We take a look at the fight for votes in Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver Island. We turn to a crew of CBC reporters to […]
Here’s what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada’s political parties are on Day 39 of the election campaign.
As votes get counted Monday evening, CBC News will have comprehensive election coverage with real-time results, the latest news and analysis on television, radio and online.