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Canada's Ontario PCs likely to get another majority win, suggests a new poll

Ottawa/IBNS:  Progressive Conservatives (PCs) are well on their way to another majority win in the upcoming Ontario provincial election according to a recent poll from Abacus Data.

Canada's Liberals short on time to deliver their first 100 days in office promises as Parliament returns after break

Ottawa/IBNS: As the 44th edition of the Canadian Parliament returns on Monday after its winter break, the Liberal government has just a few days to deliver on promises for its first 100 days in office.

Justin Trudeau prioritises climate change, child care in his first caucus meeting since re-election

Ottawa/India: Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opened his first caucus meeting on Nov 7 since his re-election by praising his party's approach to climate change and prioritising child care and ending the pandemic.

Canada's Liberals to win most seats in 2021 federal election: Projections

Toronto/UNI/Sputnik: Canada’s Liberal Party led by Justin Trudeau will win the most seats in the country’s 44th national election, according to multiple projections.

Canada votes today to choose next govt as Trudeau faces tough challenge from Conservatives

Ottawa: Canada is voting today to choose its next federal government amid the pandemic with the electorate set to pick the 338 members of Parliament as opinion polls suggested a neck and neck fight between the Conservatives and the Liberals led by incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Canada: COVID-19 aid bill passed unanimously, Liberals survived a confidence vote

Ottawa/IBNS: Backed by the support of  Bloc Québécois and the Conservatives, Bill C-4 has been unanimously passed by the House of Commons in the early hours of Wednesday authorizing new benefits for workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, media reports said.

Canada: Liberal Party falls short of 170 districts needed for majority government

Moscow (Sputnik/UNI) The Liberal Party of Canada has won in 158 districts in the national election, with at least 170 having been required for a majority government, preliminary data from the Commissioner of Canada Elections shows.

Canada: CAQ wins Quebec polls, ends Liberal rule in province

Quebec City, Oct 2 (IBNS): Putting an end to the Liberal rule, the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) has won the Quebec provincial polls by winning over 70 ridings, media reports said.

Canada: Tories win more seats in New Brunswick polls; Liberals in race to form govt

Fredericton, Sept 25 (IBNS): The New Brunswick polls ended with no clear results with the Progressive Conservative (PC) party emerging as the largest party but lacking majority on Monday, media reports said.

Liberals won't compromise on culture, dispute resolution in NAFTA negotiations: Canada PM Trudeau

Ottawa, Sept 5 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday cleared that the Liberals won't compromise on culture and dispute resolution during the talks over North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), media reports said.

Canada: Liberals rejecting Senate amendments to impaired driving bill

Ottawa, Jun 20 (IBNS): The Liberals are not accepting the amendments brought by the Senate to the impaired driving bill, media reports said.

Canada: Ontario elections underway, EVMs in use for first time

Toronto, Jun 7 (IBNS): With the use of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) for the first time in Canadian polling history, the Ontario elections are underway on Thursday, media reports said.

Canada: Wynne mentions the moment she realised her imminent defeat in Ont. polls

Toronto, Jun 5 (IBNS): Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has pinpointed the moment when she realised about her imminent defeat in the upcoming Ontario elections, which is scheduled to be held on Jun 7, media reports said.

Canada: I will no longer be Ontario Premier after election, says Kathleen Wynne

Toronto, Jun 2 (IBNS): In a dramatic twist to the Ontario election, Premier of the province, Kathleen Wynne, on Saturday hinted that she won't be able to win Jun 7 election.

Canada: 'I can do better', tells Ontario Premier Wynne to voters

Toronto, May 24 (IBNS): Ahead of the Jun 7 election, Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne has said she can do better for people, in a bid to return to power in the upcoming polls, media reports said.