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| August 17, 2016

Cheri DiNovo: NDP needs to focus on principles it was founded on

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Update: On August 2, Cheri DiNovo announced she would be withdrawing from the federal NDP leadership race due to health reasons. 

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The electoral reform committee wants to hear from you! Kind of...

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The House of Commons Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) wants to hear from you! Well, sort of.

The all-party committee has decided against allotting time to address questions from Twitter users -- a motion introduced by both committee members NDP MP Nathan Cullen and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May.

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Democratic reform Justin? Democracy, anyone?

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By confessing his government was starting to look like its predecessor, Justin Trudeau did a clever step down from his party position on democratic reform.

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| June 6, 2016
Asia Pacific Currents

Organizing in Malaysia against constant government repression

May 31, 2016
| Labour updates from workers struggle in the Asia Pacific and interview with Sivarajan Arumugam on the situation in Malaysia.
Length: 28:41 minutes (13.13 MB)
Photo: flickr/Canada 2020
| May 26, 2016
Redeye

John Nichols on the perils and opportunities of the next technological revolution

May 2, 2016
| John Nichols is the Washington correspondent for The Nation magazine. He's the author, with Robert McChesney, of People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy.
Length: 14:17 minutes (13.09 MB)
Redeye

Robert McChesney on the fight against a jobless economy

May 2, 2016
| Robert McChesney says a technological revolution in artificial intelligence is around the corner and we need to get ready to fight to expand democracy and ensure everyone benefits from the changes.
Length: 18:31 minutes (16.96 MB)
Photo: CPAC screenshot
| April 22, 2016
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