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Michael Den Tandt: Ottawa is ill-equipped to deal with abuse dilemma

There is no shortage of blame to go around in the sexual harassment drama that has overtaken Parliament Hill these past weeks and sideswiped what had passed, until this story broke, for the routine business of the House of Commons. 908 more words

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NDP now embracing neutral probe of misconduct complaints

OTTAWA – The NDP is embracing the idea of a neutral third-party investigation of misconduct complaints against two Liberal MPs, now that one New Democrat complainant has said she’d be willing to participate. 140 more words

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Kelly McParland: Fresh details of Ottawa abuse allegations leave due process in the ditch

It’s a safe bet that much of Ottawa now knows the identities of the two NDP members of Parliament behind allegations of sexual harassment against two Liberal MPs. 752 more words

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Kelly McParland: Stephen Harper steals Trudeau's money and his election plan. He can keep the shirt on his back.

Stephen Harper is just a rotten, rotten guy to campaign against if you want to be Prime Minister of Canada.

A number of challengers have learned this since Mr. 840 more words

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In Political Ads, Let's Stop the Music

My sister played Vi Moore in our high school’s production of Footloose. I tell you that because, re-appropriated, the musical offers a poignant idea: stop the music. 505 more words

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Full Pundit: A victory for aboriginal rights, but not so much for 11-year-old J.J.

If it walks like a quack, and talks like a quack…
“If a non-aboriginal child had been in the same situation as J.J., she would almost certainly be getting treatment now,” … 819 more words

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Byelection results show NDP losing ground in Ontario's suburbs, improving Trudeau's chances in 2015

Brad Lavigne’s words look prophetic the morning after the Whitby-Oshawa byelection.

Jack Layton’s former principal secretary wrote the NDP’s fortunes could fall as quickly as they rose in the 2011 general election, unless those victories were entrenched. 713 more words

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