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| September 30, 2014
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What do you think of the action at Paul Dewar's office?

Fifteen protesters occupied NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar's office in Ottawa on Thursday demanding an end to what they call a "deafening silence" from the NDP on Israel's war on Gaza.

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Activists occupy NDP office demanding end to silence on Gaza

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Fifteen protesters are occupying NDP Foreign Affairs critic Paul Dewar's office in Ottawa demanding an end to what they call a "deafening silence" from the NDP on Israel's war on Gaza.

One activist, Joel Harden told rabble.ca that after word of the occupation exploded on social media Dewar entered the office to listen to the occupiers.

"We're meeting with Paul Dewar, he came to the office right now, and were talking to him, he's listening to us, to his credit," said Harden.

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Aurelia Acor has sponsored 29 refugees. Dennis Gruending photo
| June 20, 2014

Youth Forum 2013 with Paul Dewar

Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Location

Carleton University Ottawa, ON
Canada

Thank you for your interest in the 2013 Youth Forum!

To register, please fill out the registration form by clicking here.

We’ll be discussing issues that matter to youth, including underemployment, employment education costs and the transition from school to work. We hope you'll bring your own ideas about the issues that matter to you to the table too! The event is free and includes lunch, dynamic speakers, and the opportunity to engage with youth from around Ottawa on these important issues.

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| March 28, 2012
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A Quebecer wins the NDP leadership

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Quebec. The NDP membership's primary concern is that the party hold its 58 Quebec seats in the next election: this determined the outcome of the leadership campaign that began officially September 15, 2011, and ended March 24. Party members sensed that Thomas Mulcair understands Quebec, could appeal to Quebecers, and believed he was the best choice to lead the party into the next election.

| March 9, 2012
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