Coalition

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Stephen Harper at the World Economic Forum. Photo: World Economic Forum/Flickr
Harper's lousy, pre-election summer: A review | Aug 12 2010 | Kathleen O'Hara | It took many poorly constructed policy bricks to build the power tower the Conservative Party lives in as they rule Canada. But many of the bricks are cracked, and the edifice looks set to tumble.
The next election and after | Jun 8 2010 | Duncan Cameron | The PM and MPs are already posturing for the future of the Conservative Party, while Ignatieff ponders the eternal question 'To coalition or not to coalition?'
Budget Bill C-9 masks Harper's hard right legislative goals | May 31 2010 | Murray Dobbin | If the Liberals cannot overcome their fear of coalition they will continue their decline and bear responsibility for future assaults on the nation by Stephen Harper.
Jack Layton speaks at an anti-prorogation rally in Ottawa on Jan. 23, 2010. Photo: Xiaozhuli/flickr
Jack Layton: 'We've had three elections in seven years... and we're making progress' | May 13 2010 | Murray Dobbin | The NDP leader talks to rabble.ca about past strategies and future plans.
Harper's hitlist: The case for electoral reform and coalition | May 5 2010 | Murray Dobbin | This is the last in a monumental, 10-part investigation into Prime Minister Stephen Harper's willingness to jettison Canada's democratic traditions.
A coalition solution to Canada's democracy crisis | May 3 2010 | Murray Dobbin | The Liberals are still, inexplicably in my view, blocking a coalition. We have no time to lose if we are going to fight back against the attack on progressive Canadian values.
Being the change: Campus activism and prefigurative politics | Feb 1 2010 | Alex Balch | Students at Fanshawe College in London, ON tackle social justice issues by challenging their own hierarchy.
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Bullet points for electoral coalition. If you support cooperation, do these speak for you? kropotkin1951 said... Well if the Liberal Party was progressive this might make some sense. Of course when a political...
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Harper: "Electoral reform might well revive the left" vermonster said... Thanks rfugger for pulling up this actually quite insightful and intelligent analysis by Harper...
Strategic Voting = Harper Life, the universe, everything said... That article should be retitled to reflect reality.  Strategic voting will get you Harper...
Desperate Liberals trot out abortion bogey-man simonvallee said... I think the threat is real. That's the way the Conservatives are approaching the social issues...
This pesky coalition business al-Qa'bong said... The 800 lb elephant standing on Stevie-boy's tongue when he knocks the supposed coalition of other...
African Liberation Month: History as a Weapon of Struggle Maysie said... Hi Ajamu. Thanks so much for this, it's an amazing post. I'm going to move this to "news by the...
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