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Michael Keefer | This first article in a series comments on the manner in which media pundits and officials responsible for enforcing the law have minimized the Conservative electoral fraud scandal.
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Simon Enoch | With the results of the Canadian Wheat Board's 2011 producer plebiscite now in, farmers have given the single-desk for wheat a rousing endorsement with 62 per cent of the votes cast.
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Kerri-Anne Finn | To counteract the record low 58.8% voter turnout in the 2008 federal election, there was an unprecedented push to engage voters this past election.
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Lalo Espejo | This week on Not Rex, Lalo Espejo wonders if Harper deserves the benefit of the doubt with a new majority...
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rabbleTV | On May 30 we had a live roundtable discussion in Toronto to debrief on the 2011 election and strategize for the next four years.
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Erika Shaker | In the aftermath of the recent election -- a decision that left so many of us cringing in anticipation of the onslaught we know will follow -- it became clear that for some, politics is personal.
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Maude Barlow | The 2011 federal election was historic in many ways and most of us are still trying to process the outcome.
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Brian Topp | In as many words, today's editorial in the Globe and Mail suggests that only Canada's Conservative and Liberal parties are entitled to govern our country.
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Martha Friendly | For those of you who -- like me -- believe that a national approach is necessary if families are ever going to win quality child care, the federal election results are a bitter pill to swallow.
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Trish Hennessy | The future of our democracy, the future of Canada, is not only in the hands of the politicians. The future rests with each and every one of us. Democracy is a wheel. Let me roll it to you.
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Alice Klein | My stubborn post-election depression took me to see Thor this weekend. Okay, I admit I love superheroes. But this isn't just a guilty pleasure.
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Trish Hennessy | Challenge for progressives: How to change the conversation from 'who is best able to manage the economy' to 'what kind of Canada will the next generation inherit?'