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10/3 brings you the biggest stories in Canada told by Postmedia's national network of award-winning journalists. Hosted by Dave Breakenridge, 10/3 updates twice a week.

Latest Episodes

The Canadian election nobody won

Justin Trudeau's Liberals may have won the most seats Monday night but that doesn't mean anybody won the election. Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives failed to capitalize on Liberal scandals. Jagmeet Singh and the NDP failed to fully capitalize on a well-fought campaign by a charismatic leader. And the Trudeau Liberals were reduced to a minority government. Dave is joined by National Post reporter Stuart Thomson to break down the results.

18 MIN10 h ago
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The Canadian election nobody won

Andrew Coyne on the 'terrible humiliation' Justin Trudeau faces if reduced to minority

Heading into Monday’s election, the Liberals and Conservatives are closer in the polls than any time perhaps since the 1972 election when Pierre Trudeau’s reduced to a minority government. Andrew Coyne joins Emily Jackson to break down what happens if no party wins a majority. Coyne also points out that both major parties are fear mongering about the other in final gambit to win a majority.

19 MIN3 d ago
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Andrew Coyne on the 'terrible humiliation' Justin Trudeau faces if reduced to minority

Justin Trudeau's blindspot on Quebec and Bill 21, with Brian Lilley

Justin Trudeau has offered very little opposition to Quebec's Bill 21 that would prevent people wearing visible religious attire from holding positions of authority in the civil service, such as a teacher. The Toronto Sun's Brian Lilley argues Trudeau would never give a similar pass to other provinces like Ontario and Alberta, currently governed by conservative premiers.

18 MIN4 d ago
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Justin Trudeau's blindspot on Quebec and Bill 21, with Brian Lilley

Alberta becomes the villain as Liberals in fierce fight for left-wing voters

Polls are showing that a minority government is a very real possibility, prompting increasing talk of a Liberal coalition with the NDP. To appeal to progressive voters, both parties are targeting the oil and gas industry turning Alberta into somewhat of a villain. Justin Trudeau is vulnerable to on this issue because he purchased the Trans Mountain pipeline. However, he argues that all revenues from the pipeline will be used to transition away from oil and gas while claiming he will fight Canada's conservative premiers. Dave is Joined by National Post Alberta correspondent Tyler Dawson.

17 MIN6 d ago
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Alberta becomes the villain as Liberals in fierce fight for left-wing voters

How the Bloc Quebecois revived and made a Trudeau minority more likely

Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet has revived the fortunes of the separatist party in Quebec. Blanchet performed well in both the French and English debates and has aligned the federal bloc with Quebec's right leaning CAQ government. While both the Liberals and the Conservatives were both hoping to expand their seat count in the province, Blanchet's growing popularity means that is less likely. A Justin Trudeau Liberal minority is now a likely outcome after the Oct. 21 election. Maura Forrest from the National Post joins Dave.

14 MIN1 w ago
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How the Bloc Quebecois revived and made a Trudeau minority more likely

The bullied life of teen stabbed 18 times while horrified mom watched

Earlier this week, 14-year oldDevan Bracci-Selvey was stabbed in front of his Hamilton school while his mother watched in horror. Toronto Sun crime columnist Brad Hunter visited Hamilton and spoke with teachers and students. Bracci-Selvey was bullied constantly since the beginning of the school year. The Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School administration is being accused of being in denial over its bullying problem.

12 MIN1 w ago
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The bullied life of teen stabbed 18 times while horrified mom watched

Andrew Coyne explains why permanent deficits are bad for Canada

None of the federal party leaders are taking deficits seriously, National Post columnist Andrew Coyne argues. Failing to put Canada's fiscal house in order means less room for spending during a recession, less wealth for future generations and an inability to make budget priorities.

20 MIN1 w ago
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Andrew Coyne explains why permanent deficits are bad for Canada

Why election debate was the worst, with Chris Selley

Two weeks out from election day, the six major federal leaders traded blows in the campaign's only English language debate to feature Liberal leader Justin Trudeau. Conservative leader Andrew Scheer called Trudeau a "phoney" who doesn't deserve to govern Canada, while Trudeua accused his opponent of being in service to the rich. NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Green Party leader Elizabeth May attacked both Scheer and Trudeau from the left, while People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier attempted to flank on the right. But, thanks to an unwieldy debate format, National Post columnist Chris Selley explains why this was one of the worst debates he has ever seen.

20 MIN2 w ago
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Why election debate was the worst, with Chris Selley

Accused incel mass killer's confession: 'I accomplished my mission'

As the trial draws nearer for the man charged with killing 10 people and injuring 16 using a rented van as a weapon, we're beginning to learn more about the accused. A video and transcript of the police interview with Alek Minassian, hours after the deadly attack offers frightening new details. Toronto Sun columnist Michele Mandel walks us through Minassian’s ties to theincelmovement and how it played a role in the events of April 2018.

20 MIN2 w ago
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Accused incel mass killer's confession: 'I accomplished my mission'

John Ivison on how Jagmeet Singh fights a better class war than Justin Trudeau

After a somewhat rocky start, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has started to recover some lost momentum. But in what polls are showing is a two-way race between the Liberals and Conservatives, expectations for the NDP are somewhat muted. Parliamentary bureau chief John Ivison walks us through how Singh has regained some steam, but how his attempts to make the election a class war could backfire.

18 MIN2 w ago
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John Ivison on how Jagmeet Singh fights a better class war than Justin Trudeau

Latest Episodes

The Canadian election nobody won

Justin Trudeau's Liberals may have won the most seats Monday night but that doesn't mean anybody won the election. Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives failed to capitalize on Liberal scandals. Jagmeet Singh and the NDP failed to fully capitalize on a well-fought campaign by a charismatic leader. And the Trudeau Liberals were reduced to a minority government. Dave is joined by National Post reporter Stuart Thomson to break down the results.

18 MIN10 h ago
Comments
The Canadian election nobody won

Andrew Coyne on the 'terrible humiliation' Justin Trudeau faces if reduced to minority

Heading into Monday’s election, the Liberals and Conservatives are closer in the polls than any time perhaps since the 1972 election when Pierre Trudeau’s reduced to a minority government. Andrew Coyne joins Emily Jackson to break down what happens if no party wins a majority. Coyne also points out that both major parties are fear mongering about the other in final gambit to win a majority.

19 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Andrew Coyne on the 'terrible humiliation' Justin Trudeau faces if reduced to minority

Justin Trudeau's blindspot on Quebec and Bill 21, with Brian Lilley

Justin Trudeau has offered very little opposition to Quebec's Bill 21 that would prevent people wearing visible religious attire from holding positions of authority in the civil service, such as a teacher. The Toronto Sun's Brian Lilley argues Trudeau would never give a similar pass to other provinces like Ontario and Alberta, currently governed by conservative premiers.

18 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Justin Trudeau's blindspot on Quebec and Bill 21, with Brian Lilley

Alberta becomes the villain as Liberals in fierce fight for left-wing voters

Polls are showing that a minority government is a very real possibility, prompting increasing talk of a Liberal coalition with the NDP. To appeal to progressive voters, both parties are targeting the oil and gas industry turning Alberta into somewhat of a villain. Justin Trudeau is vulnerable to on this issue because he purchased the Trans Mountain pipeline. However, he argues that all revenues from the pipeline will be used to transition away from oil and gas while claiming he will fight Canada's conservative premiers. Dave is Joined by National Post Alberta correspondent Tyler Dawson.

17 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Alberta becomes the villain as Liberals in fierce fight for left-wing voters

How the Bloc Quebecois revived and made a Trudeau minority more likely

Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-François Blanchet has revived the fortunes of the separatist party in Quebec. Blanchet performed well in both the French and English debates and has aligned the federal bloc with Quebec's right leaning CAQ government. While both the Liberals and the Conservatives were both hoping to expand their seat count in the province, Blanchet's growing popularity means that is less likely. A Justin Trudeau Liberal minority is now a likely outcome after the Oct. 21 election. Maura Forrest from the National Post joins Dave.

14 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How the Bloc Quebecois revived and made a Trudeau minority more likely

The bullied life of teen stabbed 18 times while horrified mom watched

Earlier this week, 14-year oldDevan Bracci-Selvey was stabbed in front of his Hamilton school while his mother watched in horror. Toronto Sun crime columnist Brad Hunter visited Hamilton and spoke with teachers and students. Bracci-Selvey was bullied constantly since the beginning of the school year. The Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School administration is being accused of being in denial over its bullying problem.

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The bullied life of teen stabbed 18 times while horrified mom watched

Andrew Coyne explains why permanent deficits are bad for Canada

None of the federal party leaders are taking deficits seriously, National Post columnist Andrew Coyne argues. Failing to put Canada's fiscal house in order means less room for spending during a recession, less wealth for future generations and an inability to make budget priorities.

20 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Andrew Coyne explains why permanent deficits are bad for Canada

Why election debate was the worst, with Chris Selley

Two weeks out from election day, the six major federal leaders traded blows in the campaign's only English language debate to feature Liberal leader Justin Trudeau. Conservative leader Andrew Scheer called Trudeau a "phoney" who doesn't deserve to govern Canada, while Trudeua accused his opponent of being in service to the rich. NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Green Party leader Elizabeth May attacked both Scheer and Trudeau from the left, while People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier attempted to flank on the right. But, thanks to an unwieldy debate format, National Post columnist Chris Selley explains why this was one of the worst debates he has ever seen.

20 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Why election debate was the worst, with Chris Selley

Accused incel mass killer's confession: 'I accomplished my mission'

As the trial draws nearer for the man charged with killing 10 people and injuring 16 using a rented van as a weapon, we're beginning to learn more about the accused. A video and transcript of the police interview with Alek Minassian, hours after the deadly attack offers frightening new details. Toronto Sun columnist Michele Mandel walks us through Minassian’s ties to theincelmovement and how it played a role in the events of April 2018.

20 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Accused incel mass killer's confession: 'I accomplished my mission'

John Ivison on how Jagmeet Singh fights a better class war than Justin Trudeau

After a somewhat rocky start, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has started to recover some lost momentum. But in what polls are showing is a two-way race between the Liberals and Conservatives, expectations for the NDP are somewhat muted. Parliamentary bureau chief John Ivison walks us through how Singh has regained some steam, but how his attempts to make the election a class war could backfire.

18 MIN2 w ago
Comments
John Ivison on how Jagmeet Singh fights a better class war than Justin Trudeau