Here are the issues that need the energy, resources and imagination of those who fear the worst from the Conservative Party majority.
Anti-war activist Derrick O'Keefe talks about what the federal election results mean for the future of organizing in Canada.
The Liberal Party's demise has been long coming. Without a base in any region, or a strong party membership, or even an easy to identify party philosophy, who will solve their problems?
Part one of a four-part series: The reality of our imperilled economy.
Quebec has always sat on a political fault line -- and last week it was hit by a massive NDP quake which came because the living conditions for working people in Quebec are dire.
There has been a shift in consciousness.
There has been a shift in consciousness. Looking at the NDP and the combined Tory/Liberal vote, a picture emerges of an eroding but concentrated corporate vote, and a surging NDP vote.
Stephen Harper will use the subsidized tax credit to maintain party strength and counts on the withdrawal of the per-vote grant to weaken the opposition.
Before the May 2 election, the NDP had only ever won 2 seats in Quebec. Now they hold 58 out of 75 seats in the province. Roger Rashi is a founding member of the progressive party, Quebec Solidaire.
The prospects for the left aren't as grim as they first appear. A look at voter numbers show a general rejection of corporatist parties.