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NDP Sets Time Frame for Leadership Vote

The Federal Council of the New Democratic Party of Canada met in Ottawa to make key decisions about the process for the NDP to elect its next leader. 114 more words

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Would the Internet lie?

A Harvard University study says the Chinese government floods social media with almost 500 million bogus messages a year, heaping praise itself. 609 more words

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This Elbowgate Thing Is Starting To Really Irritate Me

So everybody in Canada is talking about Elbowgate.

Our Prime Minister was involved in some questionably aggressive behavior in the House of Commons in which he came to pull another MP through  crowd of people and INADVERTENTLY made contact with a female MP’s chest with his elbow. 557 more words


Thomas Mulcair 'unlikely' to run for office in 2019

Thomas Mulcair may be on his way out of politics.

In an interview with Montreal’s La Presse newspaper, the Interim-NDP leader said it was unlikely he would run for MP in his riding of Outremont again. 210 more words


Braid: Early flood solidarity, and a shadow of the massive task ahead

Justin Trudeau hugged Rona Ambrose. Thomas Mulcair praised Danielle Smith. Day 3 of the great Fort McMurray fire truly did pull Canadians together in unexpected ways. 680 more words

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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


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