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Brown-John: NDP assured of dismal future

By Lloyd Brown-John

On August 2, 2015, the day former PM Stephen Harper announced launch of his federal re-election campaign I not only predicted that election’s outcome but made my prediction public (twice) in radio interviews. 625 more words

Columnists

How good PR kept Tom Mulcair as leader for so long, how bad PR ended him

It was 11:00 pm on a Wednesday as I opened my Facebook webpage and was greeted with an odd headline: Tom Mulcair spotted at 4/20 celebrations in Ottawa on Parliament Hill. 817 more words

NDP returns to roots

In politics and show business, it has been said that any publicity is good publicity. It seems the NDP should thank the national wolf pack of conservative journalists who, over the past week or so, have been doing just that. 120 more words

Letters

Letters on Tom Mulcair: 'Sometimes, casting is everything'

Re: Mulcair Felled By Faulty Idea, Andrew Coyne, April 12.
As a delegate to the NDP convention, I cast a ballot for a leadership review, but with no malice whatsoever for Tom Mulcair. 987 more words

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Conrad Black: Tom Mulcair deserved better

The New Democratic Party’s treatment of Thomas Mulcair is disgraceful and cowardly. My own background with Mulcair does not make us natural allies, as he objected in Parliament to my return to this country four years ago, and I have generally not supported the NDP at any level. 1,250 more words

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MacDougall: Tories, learn from the Mulcair example

Who knew the NDP could be sexy? Last weekend’s convention was raunchy, and what happened in Edmonton won’t stay in Edmonton.

First, the good news: Thomas Mulcair finally got some ink following his post-election coma; unfortunately it was spilled describing how the NDP pulled the plug on his lifeless body. 690 more words

Politics

The Revolution Will Not Be

Recently Canada’s major left-leaning political party, the NDP, opted to replace its leader Thomas Mulcair, in the aftermath of disappointing election results in the federal election of 2015.   524 more words

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