As delegates prepare for the April 8-10 Edmonton convention, the federal NDP membership is in turmoil. The New Democratic Party needs to redefine itself in a new political environment.
It is an interesting paradigm shift: for 10 years, Stephen Harper fantasized about disappearing the Liberal Party. Now the Liberals are in a position to destroy the NDP.
How can the NDP bridge the gap between its members and the party centre? Make the party "less fucking boring" advocates Brian Topp.
What's the best that can be said of 20th century politics? It was a learning experience. There must be something better out there.
Election Day should not be the end of people's campaigns for change. It simply indicates a door has been opened a crack.
The simple beauty of grassroots democratic solutions to pressing problems is not lost on those who bring together opposite sides in disputes, handing citizens more control over decision-making.
A Turning Point for Canada? Inspired by Layton's letter, almost 1,000 Canadians sign up with Leadnow.ca to host 55+ gatherings to organize for change.