Maxime Bernier

People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier attends a rally in Calgary on Saturday. (Jeff McIntosh/CP)

The two pols on the prairie who kneecapped Erin O’Toole

The federal Tory leader cannot be feeling kindly toward Jason Kenney. And certainly not toward Maxime Bernier.

Bernier speaks at a rally in Toronto on Sept. 16, 2021 (Chris Young/CP)

The revenge of Maxime Bernier

Stephen Maher: The PPC leader appears to be keener on doing in the Conservatives than winning seats. It all began back in 2017.

Maxime Bernier, Leader of the Peoples Party of Canada (PPC) speaks at a rally in Toronto on Thursday, September 16, 2021. (Chris Young/CP)

There’s no ignoring Maxime Bernier, the X-factor of this election

Election Image of the Day: Campaigning in hostile territory is no problem when you’re not expecting to win any seats

(Photo by ANDREJ IVANOV/AFP via Getty Images)

Trudeau on the offence as O’Toole targets swing voters

Politics Insider for Sept. 8, 2021: Here come the attack ads; a call for cheaper phone bills; and debate day number one

Where to watch tonight’s leaders debate (and all your other questions, too)

Everything you need to know about the where, when and how of tonight’s rumble in the Outaouais

Behind the PPC’s ‘legitimate chance’ at winning two seats

How did Maxime Bernier get into the commission debates? Believe it or not, it all starts with Brad Trost.

The one issue that unites Canadians is the one that politicians ignore

Opinion: Conservative and Liberal voters agree that economic inequality must be addressed. But politicians are focused elsewhere.

The moral cowardice of Canadian media is leaving racism unchallenged

Andray Domise: Our cancerous political climate, and all the attendant bigotry that arrived with it, is what happens when the media does nothing

Why won’t Maxime Bernier denounce the terror attack in Christchurch?

Stephen Maher: It would be a meaningful gesture to stand with Muslims against hate. The People’s Party leader seems more intent on courting deluded voters.

The real bad news in Burnaby South might be for Andrew Scheer

Stephen Maher: A poll in the riding put Maxime Bernier’s party at nine per cent—and numbers like that could mean the Tories have a problem

Canadian politics in 2018: The year in 12 chapters

Ill-advised costume changes, a high-stakes pipeline purchase, populist politics, a presidential Twitter tirade, and more from a packed political year

Meghan Markle has…triplets? (And other highly improbable predictions for 2019)

Before we tell you what’s likely to happen in the new year, here are some things that probably won’t.