NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has his makeup applied during a commercial beak at recent the Maclean’s/Citytv leaders debate.
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Given entrenched characteristics of Canadian electoral politics, the 2019 election is unlikely to deal in any meaningful way with concrete solutions to the important problems of our times.
Boris Johnson, the UK prime minister, seems set on a course for a general election.
Findings over the past few months show the two main parties are in terrible shape ahead of this snap vote.
Every so often a 'sure thing' comes along when the markets decide that a currency is going to move in only one direction.
If the strategy succeeds, the Tories could win a snap election with 40% of the vote.
How does it feel to be Goved?
Accusations of skullduggery abound, and these findings won't help matters.
Third-grader Tanitoluwa Adewumi was crowned as a New York State Scholastic chess champion on March 10.
For 8-year-old Tanitoluwa Adewumi, a chess program ended up being a ticket out of a homeless shelter. A chess education expert explains what to look for in a chess program for your child.
Reigning Chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen, left, from Norway, and American challenger Fabiano Caruana will face off in the World Chess Championship, which begins Nov. 9 in London.
With the World Chess Championship set to begin Nov. 9 in London, Alexey Root, who teaches online courses about chess in education, tackles some myths and unknowns about the royal game.
Police recruits take a test at police headquarters in Dallas.
AP Photo/LM Otero
Data on Dallas police shootings, including incidents when police choose not to shoot, shows that race is not a significant factor.
In the Final Four of College Chess, most of the players come from abroad.
The Final Four of College Chess may not generate as much buzz as college basketball's Final Four, but proponents says its competitors represent top talent with highly coveted critical thinking skills.
Former Humane Society chief Wayne Pacelle, flanked by Senators Richard Blumenthal (left) and Chuck Schumer (right), resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Amy Sussman/AP Images for Humane Society of The United States
Mission-driven workplaces, it so happens, can be pretty bad at rooting out leaders who are sexual abusers.
Pushed too far?
The government has ignored this group for years, now it asks why they vote for the opposition.
The real headliner.
What drove young people to turnout in such high numbers to back Corbyn? And will they stick with him?
Talk of punishing parties for their stance on the referendum may be overhyped – not least because of all the confusion about where each actually stands.
Shareholders are left in the dark if CEOs overstate their firms’ prospects or conceal negative information.
There's a common theme in the rise of class actions against companies: CEOs have not been straight with investors, issuing falsely optimistic information or concealing negative information.
If turnout had been 100% on June 23, you might be eating a croissant right now instead of protesting about Brexit. Then again, you might not.
Feelings about the EU come down to a sense of identity and the more you age, the more English you feel.
On which side is your bread buttered?
The trend is headed in Leave's favour.
Talk is cheap before ballots are cast.
Did anyone tell you this was the "most unpredictable election in years"? There's a reason for that.
Result defies all predictions, putting Conservatives significantly ahead of Labour.
UKIP demands a referendum, the Conservatives promise one — but what does the public think?