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The way ahead for the NDP

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The NDP convention in Edmonton ended with an unexpected decision. The party will hold another convention within two years to choose a new leader.

Candidates to replace Tom Mulcair need to be judged according to their ability to renew the party, and position it as the vehicle for a new direction for Canada.


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