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Political News

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Political News

Give your audience a reason to repeatedly visit & stay on your properties with current, credible political news.

For 100 years, The Canadian Press has doggedly covered all the machinations and intrigue of Canada's political landscape. We report on the people and parties who govern us and uncover the political news stories that matter.

With our multimedia political news refreshing your digital, broadcast and print properties regularly, we make it cost-effective and easy to keep your audience informed and engaged.

Our political newsfeed includes articles, audio, photos, video and graphics in English and French that help:

  • The National Post, CBC, Huffington Post, iPolitics and other media companies increase repeat visits and time spent.
  • Government and other organizations balance their own content with impartial news from a respected source.
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Why Clients Choose Us

  • We get the inside scoop and report in person on every trip the prime minister makes, in Canada and abroad: Our team of intrepid reporters, among the largest and most experienced on Parliament Hill, routinely unearth scoops that tell the story behind the story, going beyond the daily scrums, briefings and announcements to uncover the hidden gems.
  • We shed light on the inner workings of Ottawa: Calling on a deep well of sources and a wealth of policy expertise, we explain why the government does what it does and what it all means for Canadians in their daily lives.

Elections & International Political News

  • In-depth coverage of provincial and federal elections: We’re one of a very small number of news agencies that ride all the leaders’ buses during federal elections. No policy shift, public gaffe or big announcement goes uncovered, and our Baloney Meter feature fact-checks politicians’ claims.
  • The Associated Press's political news is only available in Canada through CP: With reporters in every U.S. state and in more than 100 countries, AP set the standard for political reporting for nearly 170 years, covering U.S. elections, major political unrest around the world and more.
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Need content leading up to and during the next election?

Deliver comprehensive campaign and election-night coverage your audience can trust from The Canadian Press.

Sample Political Newsfeed

Liberals propose billions for affordable housing, including individual benefits
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A Liberal government fond of promising help for those working hard to join the middle class unveiled billions in housing help We...

'I would draw the line:' candidate for premier opposes abortion for rape victims
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One of the leading candidates in the race to become the next premier of Saskatchewan says he doesn't believe in abortion, even i...

Canadian general who led UN force in Sarajevo commends conviction of Mladic
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A retired Canadian major-general who led a United Nations force in Sarajevo commended the sentencing of former Bosnian Serb...

B.C. to reimburse methadone patients for taking clinic fees off welfare cheques
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The British Columbia government has agreed to pay back more than $5.5 million in fees deducted from the monthly social assi...

The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
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Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Nov. 22 ——— LIBERALS ANNOUNCE HOUSING STRATEGY: The Trudeau government l...

The Latest: Democrat's ad spotlights Moore's accusers
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The Latest on sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore (all times local): 6 p.m. The ...

Ottawa contributes $100 million to B.C. wildfire relief efforts, says premier
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Premier John Horgan says the federal government is matching British Columbia's $100-million fund to support ongoing wildfire rel...

Edmonton Eskimos should have conversation about changing name: PM, Notley
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley are the latest prominent voices to urge a public discu...

Quebec passes motion against Ottawa's directive allowing knives on planes
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Quebec's legislature passed a motion Wednesday against Transport Canada's directive allowing airline passengers to car...

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