Pressure mounts to put Indigenous languages on federal election ballots
The push is on to include Indigenous languages on federal election ballots.
Gun lobby’s election ‘truth tour’ brought anti-Trudeau campaign to Nepean
When gun control became a central topic of conversation in the dying days of the 2021 election, the Canadian Coalition of Firearm Rights (CCFR) sent its best defender — a suburban grandma wielding a wagon full of pamphlets — across the province to plead its case.
Democracy on display in controversial pandemic election that changed little in Canada, Ottawa
Capital Current captures the images of the federal election in Ottawa.
Deja vu all over again: Election results in almost identical Parliament
Canadians are scratching their heads today as the federal election result is virtually the same as the result in 2019.
In stand-pat federal vote, Ottawa remains Liberal stronghold
In the federal election the Liberals maintained their grip on local ridings.
Despite predictions and the pandemic Canadians not voting by mail in great numbers
Despite the pandemic, so far it looks like special ballots will not come close to the five million originally expected by Elections Canada.
First time Ottawa South NDP candidate fights for an equitable Canada
First time Ottawa South NDP candidate wants to fight for an equitable Canada, tackle systemic-racism and build an affordable future.
Election 2021: Federal role in providing affordable housing and ending homelessness a key election issue, advocates say
Regardless of which party wins the election, the next federal government needs to address housing and homelessness issues in Canada.
In their own words: Meet seven young voters who have something to say about the federal election
Capital Current spoke to young voters about why they’re planning to show up to vote on Sept. 20, and what issues matter the most to them.
Election 2021: A century after founding, Canada’s Communists push reform not revolution
The Communist Party of Canada has been around for a 100 years. Despite its progressive policies, the party has never gained a strong foothold in Canadian politics. Experts and party leaders explain why and what the party is hoping for the upcoming election.