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Elections Canada reports disruptions at some polling stations as Canadians vote

Elections Canada reports disruptions at some polling stations as Canadians vote

Elections Canada spokeswoman Diane Benson says issues have been reported with several sites in Ontario and Western Canada.
Green candidate withdraws after comparing vaccine certificate to Holocaust

Green candidate withdraws after comparing vaccine certificate to Holocaust

The Green Party has since released a statement saying, "We deeply regret Mr. La Riviere’s offensive statements and apologize sincerely for the distress his words have caused."
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Housing crisis a hot button election issue, party leaders promise change

Housing crisis a hot button election issue, party leaders promise change

More than a third of Canadians aged between 18 and 40 doubt they’ll ever be able to save enough to buy a home.
Canadians heading to the polls to choose next federal government

Canadians heading to the polls to choose next federal government

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LISTEN: CityNews Ottawa and the Valley ELXN21 Preview Special

LISTEN: CityNews Ottawa and the Valley ELXN21 Preview Special

Host Mark Day dives into all of the important federal election issues affecting Ottawa and the Valley with guests from across the region.
Leaders make get-out-the-vote plea for Monday as campaign hits final days

Leaders make get-out-the-vote plea for Monday as campaign hits final days

Trudeau, O'Toole and Singh are hoping high-profile endorsements help tip the scales in their favour come Monday. 
Advocate calling on parties to stop ignoring non-profit sector ahead of election

Advocate calling on parties to stop ignoring non-profit sector ahead of election

Imagine Canada's Bernadette Johnson says they have not seen any comprehensive plan to support the non-profit sector from any federal party.
Leaders' constituency offices charged taxpayer pennies in expenses for photocopies

Leaders' constituency offices charged taxpayer pennies in expenses for photocopies

“They don’t think we are paying them enough?” asked Franco Terrazzano, federal director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. “They need to squeeze every last penny from taxpayers?”
Trudeau in Quebec, O'Toole in The Maritimes, Singh in Ontario

Trudeau in Quebec, O'Toole in The Maritimes, Singh in Ontario

Affordability was the hot topic Wednesday after Statistics Canada reported prices increased by 4.1 per cent in August compared with the same month one year earlier.
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