Category Archives: Liberal Party Of Canada

Feds poised to beef up bill to prevent foreign election interference

Last spring the government introduced Bill C-76, aimed at preventing foreign interference in elections and regulating third-party advocacy groups, as well as undoing a number of controversial measures passed by the previous Conservative government.

But insiders say the Liberals now want to beef up the bill, which was being studied by the procedure and House affairs committee when Parliament broke for the summer.

Laying the groundwork to claim election tampering when Lil’ Potato loses.


Summer Of Action!

Keep a can by the front door.

Days of Action are mass mobilizations of our supporters – on the doorstep, on the phone, or at community events – so that we can engage Canadians in important conversations about building a better future. Having particular days set aside that you can plan for gives you time to engage and orient new volunteers, train your team leaders, and celebrate your success!

We want to give ridings time to plan and organize their teams with specific goals in mind – engage our movement of supporters, increase the number of active volunteers, engage with your community, and identify more Liberals for 2019.

The primary focus for Days of Action will be engagement with voters – to go knock doors! We want to engage with as many Canadians as possible – from coast to coast to coast.

3 coasts?


Canada Takes a Turn With Doug Ford

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been able to maintain popularity at home during his three years in office despite a challenging, at times combative relationship with the Trump administration since 2017. But amid a conservative rise at home, the young leader of the country’s Liberal Party is about to face a new front from Canada’s most influential province.


Only In Canada Would We Pay $4.5 Billion For Something That Could Have Been Free

The investment is a bold move by the federal Liberals. The decision will be wildly popular in Alberta. The Liberals are unlikely to improve upon the four seats they won in Alberta in 2015. However, this investment may prevent the Liberals from being wiped off the electoral map in Alberta next year.