Election Watch 2007
Brad Wall has led the Saskatchewan Party to its first-ever provincial
election victory. PoliticsWatch has the results.
on domestic policy
(October 25, 2007)
In part two of a two-part series on former prime minister Jean
Chretien's new memoirs, PoliticsWatch examines Chretien's domestic
Chretien on foreign policy
(Updated October 11, 2007)
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has won his second consecutive majority
government while PC leader John Tory failed to win a seat. PoliticsWatch has
Canadian politicians and public servants on drugs?
(Updated October 2, 2007)
In this PoliticsWatch special report we examine drug testing policies
for Canada's military, bureaucrats and political staffers. Just how little
scrutiny there is may surprise you.
(September 25, 2007)
Seven Polish Women's Party candidates are the latest politicians to
disrobe. PoliticsWatch looks at how showing skin in politics around the world
is reaching new levels
Watch: The Return of Sleaze
(Updated: September 25, 2007)
arrest of a federal public servant for $2.7 million in fraud is the latest
to PoliticsWatch's compilation of the current hot scandals.
Mulroney on . . .
(September 12, 2007)
What does former prime minister Brian Mulroney think of Paul Martin, Hillary
Clinton, the Parliamentary Press Gallery and others? Find out as PoliticsWatch
looks at the former PM's new memoirs.
debate heats up in the U.S. and Canada
(August 31, 2007)
The collapse of a bridge in Minnesota has put decaying infrastructure on
American politicians' radar. In Canada the debate is heating up with the Laval
overpass collapse and the evacuation of a section of downtown Montreal.
on medicines heats up on both sides of the border
(August 9, 2007)
Politicians in Ottawa and Washington have been busy this summer taking
sides in the debate on pharmaceutical prices.
PoliticsWatch's Top MPs and Issues
Casey's last stand, O'Connor under fire and Dion in danger. Read about this and
more as PoliticsWatch ranks the performance of MPs and the top issues in
the spring session.
grilling with Canada's party leaders
Barbecued burgers, chicken, fish, salmon and veggie dogs are all
on the menu this summer for Canada's five political party leaders. Find out
what's cooking with PoliticsWatch.
turns to America Online for Web ads
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has a little known, exclusive advertising
deal with a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Internet giant America
Online. Learn more in this PoliticsWatch special report.
yet for sale under Harper Tories
(June 12, 2007)
There's growing frustration from grassroots conservatives about the
failure so far of the Conservative government to reform the CBC. PoliticsWatch
looks at the issue.
(April 5, 2007)
Fisheries Minister Loyola Hearn and Public Works Minister Michael
Fortier are two current Conservative cabinet ministers who will be in the fight
of their lives in the next election. Find out who are the other cabinet
ministers who could go down to defeat if an election is called in the near
minority in Quebec
(Updated March 27, 2007)
strong showing by the ADQ reduced Quebec Premier Jean Charest to a minority
government in Monday's provincial election. PoliticsWatch looks at the results.
heavyweights gather in Washington for 14th Politics Online Conference
(March 9, 2007)
Campaigning in the virtual world will be among the panel discussions at
this year's Politics Online Conference that begins next week in Washington.
Kyoto critic or "climate change denier"
(January 30, 2007)
Liberal Leader Stephane Dion is accusing Prime Minister Stephen Harper
of being a climate change denier. PoliticsWatch takes a look at Harper's past
comments on the issue.
Your money, their
legal bills part 2: Liberal
Adscam legal bills remain a mystery
(January 10, 2007)
Canada's new government is refusing to disclose details about how taxpayer money was spent on legal representation for former prime minister Jean Chretien at the Gomery