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Maya Bhullar | More progressive MPPs in Ontario reached out to tell us why they ran and how to help build change.
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Maya Bhullar | Learn what their constituents are saying and what they need from us to fight back.
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Gerry Caplan | The Ontario NDP has shot to the top of some polls into an almost unimaginable lead across the province. And even though it's not over 'till it's over, Horwath seems like a premier-in-waiting.
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Andrew Horwath. Photo: Joey Coleman/Flickr
Jim Stanford | This accounting tempest will turn out to be a non-event in the dramatic election campaign -- and in fact, it may counterintuitively help the party's surging campaign, rather than hurting it.
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Bob Rae in 2009. Image: Flickr/Ignatieff
David J. Climenhaga | The story about Bob Rae's disastrous stewardship of Ontario during his tenure as NDP premier of that province is one of three big lies in Canadian politics.
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Andrea Horwath. Photo: Ontario NDP/flickr
David J. Climenhaga | We Albertans have already seen this movie and, no matter what the Opposition claims, the ending's still pretty good.
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David Bush | Kathleen Wynne has been defending workers' rights during the recent backlash against minimum wage increases. By contrast, Andrea Horwath's NDP have only meekly supported the issue.
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David J. Climenhaga | "Public sector bargaining is one of the progressive left's proudest achievements in Canada," Brian Topp once observed. "It is also perhaps our greatest gift to the political right."
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Ish Theilheimer | Rather than play coy about which party she would support in a minority setting, Andrea Horwath can and should state directly what program she would insist upon in any government.
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Nora Loreto | With 14 days left in the election campaign, can the ONDP change its course and campaign on progressive values?
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Ish Theilheimer | It's not a question of party democracy. It's about smarts and survival. NDP members should give Horwath a break and work to change leaders democratically instead of signing a mid-campaign letter.