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Prime minister has seized the centre ground in politics but lost his early energy
An unnecessary ballot fails to secure prime minister the majority he sought
Liberal leader wins closer-than-expected snap poll called to exploit management of Covid-19
Conservative Erin O’Toole capitalised on a backlash against Justin Trudeau’s snap election call
Erin O’Toole has defied expectations by drawing level with PM ahead of Monday’s poll
Canada’s upcoming election could bring a change in leadership
Voters may punish the Liberals for calling an election during a pandemic
Prime minister is being punished in the polls for seeking another term during a Covid surge
Canada’s PM hopes to reap benefits of Covid stimulus before counting economic cost of pandemic
PM frames early poll as referendum on Covid response but opposition denounces it as a power grab
Alex Pourbaix says government should pay 70% of project to decarbonise key sector
Summit of major democracies rejects post-Covid austerity and welcomes US appeal to ‘meet the moment’
After a sluggish start in rolling out Covid-19 vaccines, the outlook for Canada is brightening and the economy is proving to be unexpectedly robust
C$200bn nest egg and ‘three Cs’ Budget — climate, Covid and childcare — set to fuel rebound from pandemic
Ottawa does not see its pledge to slash emissions as a block to decades of new hydrocarbon growth
Ruling seen as vindication of Liberal party’s focus on climate despite opposition from some provinces
To legislate the past, ignores the reality.
Ottawa claims British government does not have ‘the bandwidth’ to finalise agreement
The Canadian premier discusses Brexit, Trump and China with the FT's Roula Khalaf
Exit of Canada’s finance minister underscores rising fears over the spectre of unending deficits
Justin Trudeau taps deputy prime minister to engineer economic recovery from pandemic
Bill Morneau has reportedly been at odds with prime minister over coronavirus fiscal response
Justin Trudeau’s government shifts course as cases grow and economic fallout spreads
Ottawa also releases C$10bn in credit as it grapples with coronavirus and oil price crash
Indigenous protests over gas project are snarling rail traffic and hurting businesses