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Liberals sweep Canada’s parliamentary elections

Ottawa, Oct 20 (IANS) Canada voted in its first new leader in 10 years, as a general election handed Justin Trudeau’s Liberal party an absolute majority — and a stunning blow to incumbent Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The Liberals had collapsed to just 34 seats and third place in the 2011 election. But they were leading

New parliament has 22 South Asian members

Mississauga/Oct.20,2015-New Canadian parliament, after Monday’s stunning Liberal victory, is a big step forward for the country’s South Asian community. With total 22 MP’s of South Asian origin, the ...Full Article

Federal elections: More women candidates than 2011

Ottawa/Oct.14, 2015- According to a report released by Equal Voice, an advocacy group dedicated to electing more women, there are more women candidates this year than 2011 ...Full Article

Election 2015: Blue vs. Red; Orange flagging

(October 7,2015)Liberals continue to edge upward, NDP downward Ontario – In the latest horserace numbers of Abacus Data, the Conservatives have 33% across the country, the Liberals ...Full Article

Despite party disowning him, Jagdish Grewal will stay in the fray

Mississauga/Oct.7,2015-The Conservative party announced yesterday that Jagdish Grewal will no longer be party’s official candidate in Mississauga-Malton riding, however, it is too late to remove him ...Full Article

Trudeau has new immigration plan focused on family reunification, middle class growth

Brampton – A Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau will introduce a new plan to fix Canada’s broken immigration system, with a focus on family reunification, ...Full Article

NDP’s key investments to strengthen economy and benefit northerners

Ottawa – Speaking today in Iqaluit, where the impact of the changing climate is readily apparent, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair announced his plan to reverse the ...Full Article

Harper Aims To Add More Than 700,000 New Canadian Homeowners By 2020

Ottawa – Today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper touted his plan for affordable, responsible homeownership in Canada. He announced that a re-elected Conservative Government would aim to ...Full Article

Midweek Headlines – September 17

Headlines  In the second Leaders Debate to be held tonight in Calgary, discussion is expected to concentrate on the thorny issue of Canadian economy. The debate ...Full Article

Leaders Debate Tonight

(Sep 17, 2015) – In the second Leaders Debate to be held tonight in Calgary, discussion is expected to concentrate on the thorny issue of Canadian economy. The ...Full Article