Forum Research has a new federal poll out today, showing continuing strong numbers for the Liberals.
Insights West also has a new poll on the Alberta provincial scene, focusing on the 'unite-the-right' debate, and where supporters for each of the party think they are on the political spectrum.
The American presidential primaries have been playing out for six weeks — and they are not even close to being over.
That is because the outcome will remain uncertain for another three months — or even until July, when the Republican Party could have to hash things out on the convention floor in Cleveland, Ohio.
You can read the rest of this article on the U.S. primaries here.
Two new polls suggest that the Saskatchewan Party's position is improving as the province's election campaign continues into its second week.
The CBC Saskatchewan Poll Tracker now pegs the Saskatchewan Party to hold the lead with 56.1 per cent support, a gain of just under three points since last week's update. The New Democrats have slipped about two points to 32.7 per cent, while the Liberals and Greens trail with 7.3 and 3.2 per cent support, respectively.
You can read the rest of this article on the Saskatchewan provincial election here.
Voters in Manitoba will be heading to the polls on April 19, as Premier Greg Selinger dissolved the legislature today.
But will he still be in the job on April 20?
You can listen to the podcast with guest Cameron MacIntosh, the CBC's senior report in Manitoba, here.
The New Democrats' rise to Official Opposition status in 2011 was sudden and euphoric, its fall back to third-party status traumatic.
Nevertheless,Tom Mulcair's electoral performance in 2015 ranks positively against those of NDP leaders who preceded him.
However, the party's concentration of support in Quebec masks regional weaknesses that make Mulcair look much less impressive when stacked up against his predecessors.
You can read the rest of this article on Tom Mulcair's NDP leadership situation here.