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| October 1, 2014
| October 1, 2014
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper
| September 23, 2014
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| September 22, 2014

Can the NDP challenge Harper on the economy?

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The NDP's announcement that it will push for a national minimum wage if elected is good news and suggests that the party may finally be overcoming its decades-long aversion to engaging its Liberal and Conservative adversaries on the question of the economy. It's too early to tell if they will follow up with other policy commitments and weather the expected attacks. The social bottom-feeders at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, ever eager to promote policies that harm their members' interests, have already attacked.


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| August 14, 2014
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| April 28, 2014
Artwork: Linda Leon
| April 28, 2014
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| March 31, 2014
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