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The latest nightly tracking by Nanos Research for CTV News and The Globe and Mail completed on the holiday weekend has the Liberals in the lead at 35.7 per cent.
The major party leaders are all in southern Ontario today and they will spend some time in Toronto.
The Conservatives started their final week of campaigning with a curious media event that some compared to The Price is Right.
There are more than 500 staff in Stephen Harper's sprawling Prime Minister's Office, about 100 more than when he took office in 2006.
Edmonton Catholic Schools has tried several times to craft a policy that protects gay and transgender students while falling in line with the church.
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We’ll have tips on what to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers following the long-weekend. Plus, an expert panel joins us again this week to talk about the upcoming federal election.
McDonalds is using new technology allowing customers to create their own meals.
A trend in Alberta schools is promoting healthy eating while raising money.
Go Auto Car-A-Day Giveaway returns for its second year, and Kim got the lowdown from Go Auto's Ben Cochrane.
Local photographers are taking part in the Red Dress Photography Project to draw attention to missing and murdered Aboriginal women.