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Humberto DaSilva | This week, Not Rex's Humberto DaSilva remembers the late Jack Layton: his impact on the NDP, politics in Canada and the average Canadian.
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Murray Dobbin | Murray Dobbin ponders the constellation of potential candidates who could offer Jack Layton's vision of the NDP, and the country.
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Erika Shaker | Jack Layton's life and untimely death fundamentally changed Canadian political discourse. But both the public outpouring and its hyper-partisan response speak to another interesting shift.
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Ted Sprague | Canadians from coast to coast have not stopped at sending condolences to Jack's family. They have been making promises to continue his legacy as they envision it, a legacy of hope and optimism.
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Gerry Caplan | For some incomprehensible reason, there's apparently a move within some quarters of the New Democratic Party to organize a short, swift leadership contest with the vote coming in January.
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Frances Russell | Was the flow of emotions at Jack Layton's death fleeting? Something more profound? If the former, political normalcy will return soon. If the latter, the state funeral could be Harper's Big Mistake.
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LeadNow | A Turning Point for Canada? Inspired by Layton's letter, almost 1,000 Canadians sign up with Leadnow.ca to host 55+ gatherings to organize for change.
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rabble staff | Funeral cortege for The Hon. Jack Layton in Toronto, August 27 2011, from the viewpoint of the People's Procession at Queen and University.
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The People's Procession for Jack Layton, Aug. 27, 2011. Photo: Ian Munroe/Flickr
Michael Toledano | The two divided processions which led and followed the hearse carrying Jack Layton's casket after his funeral showed two very different messages.
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Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | The U.S. media has finally realized that the tar sands are a story, oil-loving Texan Rick Perry keeps going for the strange and a few words about Jack Layton.
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Linda McQuaig | The message is exactly what those on the right have been trying to deny -- that there is an alternative to the grim, slash-and-burn policies of austerity they want to foist on us.
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Stephen Lewis | The full text of the moving eulogy given on Aug. 27 at Jack Layton's funeral by the former Canadian diplomat to his close friend and comrade.