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| June 29, 2016
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| June 16, 2016
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Government should pursue wealthy tax dodgers, not serve the rich and powerful

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Note to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau:

We will not be distracted forever by your explanation of quantum computers and yoga poses. Or even by the admittedly impressive list of low-hanging fruit (the return of the long-form census, the inquiry into missing Aboriginal women) you have picked thanks to Stephen Harper.

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| May 12, 2016
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Comparing fiscal federalism and revenue distribution in Canada and Australia

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| March 24, 2016
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Will the NDP take on corporate power? It's time to choose.

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Across Canada, NDP federal riding associations are meeting in preparation for an April 8-10 Edmonton convention, where there will be a leadership review.

In a January 22 statement, Tom Mulcair said the party needs to focus on income inequality.

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| January 27, 2016
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Extreme wealth, the plutocrats and Canada

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