Former Harvard academic Michael Ignatieff announced he would seek to lead Canada's Liberal party.
Canadians headed to polls and returned a government that looks remarkably like the one they had in early September.
Stephane Dion, the leader of Canada's opposition Liberal Party, on Wednesday conceded defeat in Tuesday's general election amid speculation he would soon be out of that job.
A well-known name from Canada's political past has returned to the national stage with the election of Justin Trudeau in Tuesday's federal election.
In an effort to woo the immigrant vote, Liberal Leader Stephane Dion met with ethnic media in Toronto on Wednesday.
With Prime Minister Stephen Harper looking set to win Tuesday's Canadian election, opposition parties made...
A comment by the Liberal candidate in Vancouver-Kingsway has raised accusations she is turning a “blind eye” to human rights abuses in China and has sparked controversy [...]
In an effort to make government more accountable, a Montreal-based organization is challenging candidates running in the federal election to take the “I Believe in Open” pledge.
Polls show a tighter Canadian election race than earlier in the campaign, with a smaller Conservative margin.
The first major opinion poll taken after Canada's election debates showed on Sunday that the ruling Conservatives were headed for a strengthened mandate but still would fall [...]