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September 2, 2015 |
According to recent polls, the Harper Conservatives are suffering as a result of Canada's stumbling economy and the scandalous revelations emerging from the Mike Duffy trial.
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August 24, 2015 |
This October 19, say "goodbye" to a federal government that doesn't care about everyday working people and their families.
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Taking back our country from the scourge of Harperism

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When Stephen Harper announced he'd institute a ban on travel by Canadians to areas of terrorist activity -- a desperate idea quickly trashed as highly problematic by the experts -- I expected the NDP to lunge at this low-hanging fruit.

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Trudeau's jabs at Mulcair show gaping holes in Liberal platform

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During his campaign kickoff speech on August 4, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau pegged the New Democrats' plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour in federally regulated sectors as an attempt to "peddle false hope," claiming the change would not benefit 99 per cent of minimum wage earners in Canada.

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Remember Jack Layton and build a better Canada

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