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Craig B. Chandler
David J. Climenhaga | If anyone can get Linda McQuaig into the House of Commons, Craig B. Chandler's the man!
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Seth Klein | What's that they say about the first casualty of war? You can obviously say the same for Canadian elections.
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Michael Laxer | If we continue to fiddle with political fantasies while the planet burns, who was right about the tar sands will become very clear soon enough. We can only hope that at that point it is not too late.
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J. Baglow | Liberals once cried aloud for the supremacy of evidence over ideology. But over crass political opportunism? Not so much.
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Chrystia Freeland
David J. Climenhaga | If the Liberals do well in Edmonton-Strathcona in 2016, the Conservatives will win in the riding. Unfortunately, it's that simple.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | In his effort to present himself as the appropriate leader for the post-Harper era, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau seems keen to reframe Canadian political debate in a profound way.
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Murray Dobbin | On Monday, a byelection is being held in the riding of Toronto Centre, and Linda McQuaig, one of Canada's principal champions of social justice and equality, is the NDP candidate for that seat.
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Michael Laxer | It is time to actually make those who benefit from the corporations pay. This means higher income taxes.
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Trish Hennessy | For the first time in Canadian history, an election is being waged on this question: Which political candidate do you trust to reduce income inequality?
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Gerry Caplan | By-elections, particularly ones happening mid-term, scarcely matter to anyone, let alone the voters themselves. But sending Linda McQuaig to Ottawa could shake up Parliament in ways never before seen.
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Linda McQuaig
David J. Climenhaga | Having someone like Linda McQuaig in Parliament would brighten the benighted hallways of that institution considerably.
News
Peter Goffin | This Sunday all eyes will be on the NDP nomination meeting for the riding of Toronto Centre, featuring a showdown between two high profile candidates.