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David J. Climenhaga | Despite the shuffle of political staff, the Notley government strategy is thought unlikely to change significantly, although a cabinet shuffle is likely in the New Year.
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David J. Climenhaga | B.C. Premier Christy Clark's shot was aimed directly at the NDP… the B.C. NDP, that is, via their brethren out here on the other side of the Rockies.
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Seth Klein, Shannon Daub | The reversal of fortunes between the NDP and the Liberals deserves careful consideration, as it provides important lessons for progressives.
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Michael Stewart | Thomas Mulcair became the frontrunner by igniting the imaginations of Canadians. Where did that go?
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Ken Georgetti
David J. Climenhaga | Some of Alberta's NDP-free lobbying firms are starting to take measures to try to fix that unexpectedly serious deficiency.
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Ed Stelmach
David J. Climenhaga | If interim PC Leader Ric McIver is serious about rebuilding his party, he needs to start listening more carefully to what former premier Ed Stelmach has to say.
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Gerald Caplan | With the crushing defeat this week of Darrell Dexter's NDP government in Nova Scotia, Manitoba alone among Canada's 13 provinces and territories carries the NDP banner. Can anyone win?
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Roger Annis | The May 14 general election in British Columbia was a setback to progressive political forces in the province and throughout Canada. Roger Annis examines the damage and what to do next.
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Gerry Caplan | Gerry Caplan offers some observations on last week's calamitous election result for the NDP and its implication across the country.
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David J. Climenhaga | Pretty obviously, thanks to Tuesday's B.C. election and the vote last year in Alberta, we have reached a moment of reckoning for Canada's pollsters.
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Nathan Crompton | In reality the NDP allowed itself no alternative platform from which to launch a criticism against the BC Liberal record.
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Michael Stewart | What happened to the B.C. NDP? Last night, two monumentally impressive successes in a night of failure and defeat offer some explanation: the key riding wins of David Eby and George Heyman.