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Oz Cole-Arnal: Progressive Candidate for Chair of Waterloo Region | Oct 16 2014 | Brayden McNeill, Dan Kellar, Grand River Media Collective | An interview w/ Oscar Cole-Arnal, an anti-poverty activist + progressive candidate for the position of Waterloo Regional Chair in the upcoming elections. http://www.allianceagainstpoverty.com/
There's no place for racism in the Toronto mayoral election | Oct 15 2014 | Dr. Joseph Y.K. Wong | How did race enter the mayoral race? There is no place for such covert racism, or "perpetual foreigner syndrome," which has permeated the 2014 mayoral election.
Toronto still waiting for a transit champion | Oct 14 2014 | Jessica Bell | Who will be our transit champion?
Nova Scotia offers insight to Canadian left for 2015 | Oct 14 2014 | David Bush | Simply faulting the NDP without doing the work that will create the conditions for an organized left that can express a real alternative is an abdication of our responsibility.
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The meaning of politics: Impressions from Toronto's mayoral race | Oct 10 2014 | Rick Salutin | I once crisscrossed Canada during an election to explore what politics means to people. Here are some potential incitements from the mayoral race in Toronto.
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Olivia Chow can win Toronto's mayoral race | Oct 9 2014 | Judy Rebick | John Tory isn't the only option to beat Doug Ford. If progressive women, people of colour and young people get out to vote, Olivia Chow can win. Here's why Judy Rebick thinks it's worth it.
How do we build a more equitable Toronto? | Oct 8 2014 | Women in Toronto Politics | It's an important question during Toronto's mayoral election. So how do we do it? Women in Toronto Politics have a few ideas (and a position primer!).
Photo: flickr/Olivia Chow
Why don't women's issues matter in the Toronto mayoral election? | Oct 7 2014 | Michele Landsberg | John Tory and Doug Ford sit idly by as racist and sexist comments are hurled at Olivia Chow. Tory and Ford ignore women's issues, while Chow continues to fight for them. What gives?
Photo: Jeannine St. Amand/flickr
Spectre of NAFTA investor-state challenge looms over New Brunswick fracking moratorium | Oct 6 2014 | Brent Patterson | The new premier of New Brunswick will need to keep in mind the $250 million NAFTA investor-state challenge launched by Lone Pine Resources in Quebec after the government revoked permits to frack.
Photo: flickr/Olivia Chow
Chow, Wynne, in favour of community benefit agreements | Oct 6 2014 | H.G. Watson | Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow tweeted that she and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne are in agreement on transit, after the Premier's speech at the Good Jobs Summit.
Image: Flickr/Kshama Sawant
'You have to be audacious': Kshama Sawant tells Vancouver's Left how to win | Oct 3 2014 | Michael Stewart | Kshama Sawant, the first socialist elected to Seattle city council in 100 years, spoke in Vancouver on Saturday night on the kind of politics that could transform a city malaised by vacuous debate.
Meet the group that put abortion access back on the New Brunswick agenda | Oct 1 2014 | Scott Neigh | Kathleen Pye talks about Reproductive Justice New Brunswick's success at making access to abortion a key issue in the recent provincial election.

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Ontario General Election 2014 mark_alfred said... The election will be held on June 12, 2014.  General information about this election can be...
Who's running - ONDP 2014 ctrl190 said... Some official candidates:   Ajax-Pickering: Jermaine King Brampton-Springdale: Ghurpreet...
Bye bye Rob Anders Bacchus said... Goodbye MP Rob Anders, Hello Senator Rob Anders? in
Conservative executive director Dimitri Soudas forced out. Join the discussion. Kaitlin McNabb said... CBC is reporting Soudas was forced out (re: told if he did not step down, he would be fired)...
What's the role of the federal NDP in Quebec if sovereignty remains a hot issue? DaveW said...  NDP must  take a stand but somehow retain its new 2011 voters, argues Globe writer : The...
Does a PQ win mean a referendum on sovereignty? alan smithee said... An immense waste of money and time...Support for sovereignty has been shrinking at break neck speed...
PQ Budget Proposes Quebec Government take Equity Stake in Oil and Mineral Projects KenS said... I dont know if its some kind of poison pill- even guessing the likelihood of that is beyond my...
"Fair" Elections Act onlinediscountanvils said... Quote: -  Forbids Elections Canada from launching ad campaigns to encourage people to...
What's the deal with the BC Green Party? TiradeFaction said... I can't speak to BC voters themselves, as I don't live in BC or really know anyone there, but I...
2014 Winnipeg municipal elections Aristotleded24 said... I'm quite happy to be represented by Councillor Orlikow. He is also likely the only mayoral...

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