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What could a Liberal majority mean for Indigenous communities?

October 29, 2015
| Meghan Murphy speaks with Pamela Palmater about what impact the recent Liberal victory could have on Indigenous rights in Canada.
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'Refugees Welcome' actions spread across Canada

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This weekend there are protests across Canada in response to the death of Alan, Ghalib and Rehanna Kurdi. Find your local protest and make your voice heard.

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Daveberta.ca -- Politics in Alberta

daveberta.ca was launched in January 2005 and quickly became one of the best read political blogs in Alberta. The site was created by Dave Cournoyer, a writer and communications professional based inEdmonton, Alberta. He currently works as Communications Advisor with the United Nurses of Alberta. The site is widely read, has frequent updates, analysis of individual ridings, personalities, and the latest political developments in the province.

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Which will the NDP put first: Party or country?

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Anyone who really wants to get the country back from the grim reaper now in charge of Canada -- and who knows our political history -- would look to the NDP as their best hope. They are the only party that is not completely in the pocket of big business and the political elite and that also has a chance of making a difference in Parliament. A lot of people want to believe the NDP can actually make a difference.

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