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We are all Quebecois (even if we don’t know it yet)

We are all Quebecois The Real News By Diane Kalen-Sukra. Months after the student protests against tuition hikes began in Quebec, many folks in English Canada continue to scratch their heads at how resistance from a group of disparate student … Continue reading

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The Pincher Creek Voice: Meet the Candidates

Meet the Candidates Visiting The Pincher Creek Voice ‘Meet the Candidates’ I see they have profile information on at least two candidates running in our upcoming provincial election. One of whom is incumbent Evan Berger for the Conservatives. And surprisingly, a … Continue reading

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NDP debate: Nine leadership hopefuls primed for Debate No. 1

NDP Debate Don’t miss the first debate of the NDP 2012 Leadership Race – this Sunday, December 4th. New Democrat leadership candidates will face off this weekend at the Ottawa conference centre in the first of six debates for those … Continue reading

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Topp calls for higher income taxes on wealthy Canadians

The Canadian Press OTTAWA — Brian Topp is boldly going where most Canadian politicians fear to tread: promising to make the wealthy pay more in taxes. The perceived frontrunner in the NDP leadership race wants his party to make higher … Continue reading

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Thomas Mulcair joins NDP leadership race

Toronto Sun By Kristy Kirkup ,Parliamentary Bureau OTTAWA – Feisty Montrealer and NDP deputy leader Thomas Mulcair is going after the keys to Stornoway — the Ottawa residence of the leader of the official Opposition. Mulcair announced he was joining … Continue reading

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What the CNP needs is a man like John Prince

What the CNP needs …. is someone to stir things up, get people talking about ideas and possibilities…. but since I’ve retired from active politics, I think the Pass can still accomplish this by breaking from the past with its … Continue reading

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Polarization is not a good plan for Canada

Goodale Commentary: Both the Conservatives and the NDP claim that Canadians would be better off with only two political parties (them, of course) dominating our system of governance – one on the right and one on the left, just like … Continue reading

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You moved us Jack… and still do

You moved us Jack Over the last few days I’ve spent a few hours on CPAC watching the diversity of people in this great land show their final respects to Jack. At times, I have been moved to tears by … Continue reading

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Jack Layton: read his final letter to Canadians

Final Letter to Canadians Jack Latyton died today. You can read his final letter to Canadians here or on this blog below… Jack Layton, MP, Député Toronto – Danforth Leader of the Official Opposition/Chef de l’Opposition officielle Leader, New Democratic … Continue reading

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New Rules of Engagement

New Rules Albertaviews Jackie Flanagan New Rules of Engagement Listening as a revolutionary tactic. Battle is not a bad thing. Remember hockey’s Battle of Alberta? The rivalry between the Flames and the Oilers brought out the best in both teams. … Continue reading

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