I'm certainly hoping that this is the Tommy Douglas moment the author of this article claims it is:
Meanwhile, the Canadian Labour Congress, the Canadian Association of Retired Persons and the C.D. Howe Institute have unveiled public pension proposals that would significantly augment the current system. Financial experts ranging from Don Drummond, chief economist for the Bank of Nova Scotia, to David Dennison, president and CEO of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, have expressed support. The federal Liberals and NDP are on board. No wonder the CLC's Joel Harden calls it a "Tommy Douglas moment."
I wonder why the mainstream media is silent on this moment? Oh... never mind.