Monday Jul 14
Liberal Party of Canada approves former UN official, Dr. Sven Spengemann, in Mississauga-Lakeshore.
Sven currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the United Way of Peel Region and the UTM Alumni Association.
Globe and Mail
Pot activist Jodie Emery to file for Liberal candidacy
Jodie Emery, at a Vancouver cannabis rally in April 2011, would have to run against the NDP's Libby Davies, an MP she respects.
The Georgia Straight
Bitcoin donations enter Canadian politics
The 33-year-old entrepreneur and former Nanaimo city councillor told the Georgia Straight he would even welcome a contribution in Bitcoin , if someone wanted to make one.
Armenian National Committee of Montreal to support Norair Serengulian as candidate for the federal Liberal nomination race in Ahuntsic-Cartierville
Armenian National Committee of Montreal to support Norair Serengulian as candidate for the federal Liberal nomination race in Ahuntsic-Cartierville - Montreal The Armenian National Committee of Montreal is pleased to announce that it is officially endorsing Norair Serengulian as an aspiring candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada nomination race ... (more)
5 things to watch for in today's byelections
Voters in four federal ridings go to the polls today in byelection races in rural Alberta and the City of Toronto.
Trinity-Spadina Byelection Candidates: Adam Vaughan of the Liberal Party
Adam Vaughan is the Liberal candidate in Monday's Trinity-Spadina federal by-election.
Justin Trudeau to visit Cornwall, Alexandria on Canada Day
Liberal Party of Canada leader and prime minister hopeful Justin Trudeau will be in Cornwall on the nation's birthday.
Liberals pick Goldsmith-Jones
Pamela Goldsmith-Jones, the former mayor of West Vancouver, was chosen as the party's nominee in the West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country riding at nomination meetings from June 12 to 15. She'll face off against incumbent Conservative MP John Weston and others yet to be named in the next federal election - tentatively scheduled for Oct.
Liberal membership now in jeopardy
Editor: Open letter to Justin Trudeau and Lawrence MacAulay: Unless you reverse your directive to not allow my elected representative in the House of Commons a free vote in whatever issue he or she is voting on I hereby submit my Liberal membership card.
Michael Ignatieff returns to Harvard full-time
TORONTO, ONTARIO: MAY 3, 2011 - Michael Ignatieff announces that he will step down as leader of the Liberal Party of Canada during a press conference the morning after a disappointing election night for the party in Toronto, Ontario, Tuesday, May 3, 2011.