Podcast
Scott Neigh | JoAnn Jaffe and Peter Garden talk about the organization Stop the Cuts and about the anti-austerity fightback in Saskatchewan.
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Dru Oja Jay | Building strong social movements -- and campaigning for a Liberal minority government in 2019 -- could be progressives' best chance at building a better Canada.
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Max Cameron | Parliamentary systems of government are uniquely well suited to ensuring that stable governments are formed even when no party wins a majority of seats in Parliament.
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Karl Nerenberg | Stephen Harper told CBC's Peter Mansbridge that he thinks he 'wins' the election if he gets the most seats. That is pure humbug.
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Karl Nerenberg | A great many Canadians are highly fearful that 'vote-splitting' will allow Harper to slip back into power. How legitimate is that fear? It may be overblown.
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Scott Vrooman | Nearly half of all Canadians think coalition governments are inappropriate. In other words, nearly half of all Canadians don’t know how parliamentary democracies are meant to work.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | The fact is clear: turn down one coalition partner, the door opens to another. When the Liberals reject the NDP, they embrace Conservatives.
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Karl Nerenberg | Trudeau's prevarications on 'coalition' provided a disquieting insight into the Liberal leader's thinking, or lack thereof. The election results will determine whether a coalition is on or off.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | It is obvious to all progressive Canadians that if either the Liberals or the Conservatives win a majority the country is in deep trouble. How can the NDP distinguish itself in election 2015?
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Gerry Caplan | Don't think, after a lifetime of deep attachment to the NDP, it doesn't kill me to write these words. But anything else is a recipe for continued Conservative rule.
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Brent Patterson | While the federal election is still ten months away, there is already speculation that a likely outcome of the vote on October 19, 2015 is a Conservative minority government that could be displaced by
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Brent Patterson | Could the outcome of the October 2015 federal election be a minority parliament where the issue of a coalition government becomes the key political question?