Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Build a movement, or become a normal, centrist party? Recent evidence, and best thinking, suggests fighting Conservatives with democratic movement building is the way forward for the NDP.
Blog
Brian Topp | The goal of building a more equal Canada implies raising important questions about the conservative consensus that has led Canada.
Blog
Andrew Jackson | With the NDP leadership debates soon to get underway, I thought I would post some thoughts on what themes and issues the party should be emphasizing.
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | Perhaps it's true that Canadians are slow to anger or pay attention to their own interests. But slow doesn't mean never -- a long period of Canadian drift into disinterested cynicism may be ending.
Columnists
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.
Activist Toolkit
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News
Your father's socialism?: Tommy Douglas, leader of the NDP in 1971.
Michael Laxer and Andrew Klochek | The destructive neo-liberalism that pervades all politics, including the NDP, makes it more necessary than ever to stand up for the principles that define socialism.
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Kevin Logan | The issues and difficulties of what the NDP stand for are currently being played out in British Columbia. We should look back to the days of inspirational ideas and actions in order to move forward.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Parti Québecois leader Pauline Marois has all the qualities necessary to be premier of Quebec, but is still being challenged by members of her party who say she has not been pushing sovereignty enough