News
rabble staff | NDP Leader Jack Layton announces he is battling prostate cancer, but will remain party leader.
Blog
Murray Dobbin | Maybe I missed a story or a headline somewhere but I am having trouble finding much media reference to the NDP these days.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Proroguing Parliament represses political debate on the rule of law, the honesty of government and the non-partisanship of our civil service. It's a kind of soul theft that will leave deep wounds.
Podcast
CUPE | In his speech on October 9th, the NDP Leader praised the work of public sector employees and stressed the importance of public services to our economic security.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | Maybe it's not much to latch on to, but a couple of moral tales worth repeating are emerging from the mess which is federal politics.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Parliament resumed last week, and Jack Layton and the NDP were the target of main opposition and media criticism.
News
Fred Wilson | Commentators have not been kind and have characterized the NDP particularly as weak and vacillating, nothing short of turncoats.
Columnists
Alice Klein | The longer Harper is our prime minister, the bigger the price tag for dealing with the problems he ignores or exacerbates.
Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | In the wake the blatantly fraudulent election in Afghanistan, the hypocrisy of the Conservative government's response is par for the course. More disturbing, however, is the fact that the NDP is MIA.
Blog
James Laxer | Jack Layton could be forgiven for thinking that leading a federal political party is all about fighting election campaigns and recovering from them.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | New Democrats from across Canada meeting this past weekend in Halifax were challenged by incoming party president Peggy Nash to build momentum for the next federal election.
News
Kimball Cariou | The unfortunate reality is that it has been many months since Jack Layton explicitly called for bringing the troops home.