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The ongoing prohibition against sex work in this country compromises the overall safety, security, autonomy and dignity of sex workers.
A Toronto MP has been advocating for the ambitious policy for years.
"I think sex workers are getting a bit tired of waiting."
The Liberals are hoping for a modern, transparent convention.
Trudeau said the constitution offers Liberals the opportunity to "modernize" the party.
MONTREAL -- The federal Liberal Party has adopted a policy to decriminalize assisted suicide. Liberal delegates at the party's
MONTREAL – He promised an open nomination process, but Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau won’t necessarily stay out of any riding
MONTREAL — Justin Trudeau will not raise taxes, but he may run deficits. And that’s OK with many of the candidates who want
Whomever is in charge of event scheduling for the federal New Democrats ought to be fired today -- how in heavens did the NDP wind up holding its all-important policy convention on the same weekend the Liberals were to crown their new leader? Were Christmas eve and day already booked at the convention centre?
While many were underwhelmed by the lack of excitement at the Liberals' mini-convention Saturday, the somewhat-somnolent
Justin Trudeau took to the stage at the Liberal leadership showcase Saturday and declared that his campaign is about his
Former prime minister Paul Martin blasted Stephen Harper's First Nations policies at the Liberal leadership mini-convention
After nearly two years as interim leader, the Liberal party is saying goodbye to Bob Rae. Liberals paid tribute to Rae at
OTTAWA — The Liberal party’s big leadership showcase Saturday is at risk of falling flat even before the candidates take
Kathleen Wynne's victory speech conveyed the theme of teamwork at the Ontario Liberal leadership convention Saturday night
A compelling leadership requires a relevant vision. That's what the Liberal Party historically has provided Canadians. In the last few years, many Liberals have let their memories become greater than their dreams. Canadians want to hear about our dreams more than they want to be educated about our past.
The Liberal Party needs to brand itself unambiguously as being the only political party in Canada that is both socially progressive and fiscally responsible. Legalizing marijuana means we'll be spending time and resources chasing real criminals so we can truly ensure safe streets and communities.
After some much-needed sleep, I can now comment on the extraordinary things that happened this weekend at the Liberal Convention. One, the hugely positive buzz of a political party bent on renewal, and the buzz from the results of votes on policy and on people that contributed to that sense of renewal, were amazing. The vote to include "supporters" and not just members in deciding the next Leader is one I'm proud to say I voted for.
The Liberal Party of Canada has voted to legalize pot. Seventy-seven per cent of delegates at the Liberals' biennial convention