What are the tasks facing the Canadian left following the defeat of the Harper government? The Parkland Institute tackled these questions and more at its 19th annual conference.
With such delightful electoral results last week, who really wanted to contemplate the uh-oh that came with showing Stephen Harper the prime ministerial don't-let-it-hit-you-on-the-way-out door?
Let's vote for our collective self-interest: smartly and efficiently to elect as many Liberals, NDPers and Greens as possible on October 19.
The outcome of election 2015 is far from certain. And when Harper loses it will be -- at least in part -- because movements showed him the door.
Oct 13, 2015
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“Dance is a weapon in the revolutionary class struggle” is a slogan raised by the Workers Dance League, a dance troupe in the 1930s that created dances with a Marxist message.
Instead of sticking to the Green Party's principled goal of ridding the country of the Harper Conservatives, Elizabeth May risks electing Conservatives in B.C.
Pollsters and pundits are trying to isolate the issues. Is the economy top of mind? Health care? But there is really only one ballot-box question: Do you want four more years of Stephen Harper or not?
What can popular culture tell us about Bill C-51 and the world another Harper government would usher in? The number 1 lesson is that we can't give in to fear.
This election, for two-thirds of Canadians, shouldn't have to be about a choice between two flawed opposition parties who don't differ on much. It should be a choice between Harper and not-Harper.
In 2015 any 'strategic voting' narrative should heavily favour the NDP. So why do the NDP seem stuck in 1993?