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Brent Patterson | What is the risk of Maxime Bernier's intention to form a new political party that would attack "extreme multiculturalism"?
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Sophia Reuss | Maxime Bernier splits from the CPC in a flurry of enraged tweets, the Jack Layton Journalism for Change Fellowship application is open, and an interview about workers co-operatives.
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Evan Johnston | Progressives lining up to keep the "alt-right" faction in the Conservative Party at bay are enlisting a losing strategy.
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Nora Loreto | The economy, the French language and terrorism were the winners of last night's Conservative Party debate.
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Nora Loreto | The benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership will likely be far outweighed by what we stand to lose.
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Nora Loreto | To mark the release of Mohamed Fahmy, the Conservative government announced that they will place sanctions on more countries, if elected.
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Nora Loreto | Harper's mantra must be: "Aim for the moon. That way, if you miss, you'll fall among the stars." Not sure it works during an election campaign though.
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Nora Loreto | Lynton Crosby has been brought on to help boost Harper's campaign. Just how bad is Crosby?
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Sarah Schmidt, Trevor Haché | Given the Conservatives' track record of ignoring or circumventing Canada's electoral law, it's worth fact-checking the spin, so here are five things you need to know about the Fair Elections Act.
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Karl Nerenberg | Pierre Poilievre's new Fair Elections Act does contain at least a few positive changes; however, it does not give power to the people who investigate abuses and it has one surprisingly large loophole.
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Archana Rampure | Experts across the board think the CPP is the best bet for Canadian workers. It’s beyond time to bring in federal legislation to move on CPP expansion.
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H.G. Watson | Jason Kenney tweets, then quickly deletes, his thoughts on working with his apparently non-unionized staff and ignites a Twitter frenzy about the CPC's anti-union views.