Conservatives from across Canada are descending on Ottawa this weekend to network and take stock of a movement that is in political and ideological flux.
One of the most intriguing questions of the Conservative leadership race is whether any candidate would put their head above the parapet and support a carbon tax.
A recent Washington Post column highlighting the housing plans of several Conservatives might be a sign of how important housing has become as an issue for young voters, or it might be a sign that the debate in Canada is genuinely fascinating for policy wonks.
Economic concerns have pushed aside the pandemic as a top source of worry for Canadian families, even as many Canadian cities battle a sixth wave of COVID-19.
The Ontario government closed schools for a total of 29 weeks over the last two years, meaning kids missed about seven months of in-person learning. Not only does that lead the country, it’s the worst record for any jurisdiction in North America.
We’re excited today to be celebrating our one-year anniversary at The Hub. We certainly can’t complain about many slow days in that time. In our first year, we provided insights…
It’s only the first week of April, but we already have our first confirmed contender on the final ballot of the Conservative leadership race.
Since coming to power in 2019, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney may be inclined to paraphrase John Lennon: government is what happens when you’re making other plans.
Tahini’s restaurant isn’t quite the Watergate Hotel, but it kept political commentators busy on Tuesday when Pierre Poilievre paid for his lunch using cryptocurrency.
New polling this week shows a clear division between the handful of candidates who will likely be commanding first ballot votes and the rest of the field.