In Justin Trudeau’s second year, promises meet proving ground

Amid questions for Trudeau about the economy, and a fight for the middle class, John Geddes envisions what 2017 will hold for the Liberals

Rapid-Fire Politics: MMIW, Budget 2016 and fighter jets

Follow along with speedy punditry on a national inquiry and uncertain budget plans
Paul Wells

Jet plane politics: Is this the moment the Liberals take flight?

The eternal F-35 debate has hit the campaign trail with engines blazing, further complicating what we thought we knew about left-right parties
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QP Live: The tale of the F-35’s single engine

Your daily dose of political theatre
Aaron Wherry

The easiest way to make the House of Commons less (or more) relevant

What if we had a place where ministers could make announcements?

Stephen Harper’s to-do list

Nick Taylor-Vaisey considers the unfinished business of Parliament
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Has the F-35 been a boondoggle?

Peter MacKay objects to the use of the b-word
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Twenty questions from Parliament Hill that need answers

Here’s Nick Taylor-Vaisey on what politicians left hanging
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The Commons: Think of the F-35 as a Senate with wings

Though at least the Senate can operate in cloudy weather