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Rick Salutin | Does Canada have one main opposition party -- an amalgamation of Liberals and NDP: LibDP? Seems like it.
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Murray Dobbin | Has the Liberal party grown more trustworthy in the 10 years since we had a Liberal government? A trip down memory lane to Paul Martin's government might offer a helpful reminder.
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Karl Nerenberg | NDPers have been attacking Liberals since Jack Layton skewered Michael Ignatieff for poor attendance. The Liberals' favourite attack on the NDP is the unfair one about "separation based on one vote."
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J. Baglow | The Dauphin is already fading into well-deserved obscurity. Couldn't happen soon enough.
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Doreen Nicoll | Help the most impoverished children in Ontario; let parents on ODSP keep their child support payments.
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Michael Laxer | There can be unintended consequences to every strategy -- and this one could easily drive Liberals and Greens leaning to the NDP right back where they came from.
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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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Karl Nerenberg | The new political and public opinion alignment significantly weakens the argument for holding one's nose and voting Liberal just to get rid of Harper.
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Karl Nerenberg | Bill C-51 will give police and security agencies powers to spy on and disrupt activists and dissenters of all kinds. The government says it only targets "jihadis." But is that true?
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Justin Trudeau at Chrystia Freeland's Campaign Office, 2013
David Macdonald | On Monday the Liberals released a portion of their platform for the upcoming federal election. While some ideas are good, things get weird when it comes to their proposed tax changes.
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Murray Dobbin | Recent polls have already seen the NDP draining support from the Liberals and show growing support for a coalition to supplant the Conservatives. The two results may well be connected.
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Michael Laxer | In 2015 any 'strategic voting' narrative should heavily favour the NDP. So why do the NDP seem stuck in 1993?