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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives meet in Vancouver and hear their outgoing leader boast that he has bequeathed them a party in great shape, poised to return to power. When Liberals gather we can expect sunny ways.
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Michael Stewart | What a year in Canadian politics! Here are the top eleven rabble.ca blogs on Canadian Politics in 2013.
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David J. Climenhaga | Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to change the channel, but the remote seems to be lost under a pillow while Mike Duffy fills the screen.
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Karl Nerenberg | If Stephen Harper made a top ten list of what he believed to be a record of his greatest accomplishments while Prime Minister, what would it include? The Senate scandal? Prorogation? Let's imagine!
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David J. Climenhaga | While the Tory hordes are cheering themselves hoarse in Calgary tomorrow night, the party's insiders will be honing their blades.
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Bill Phipps | Canadians are sick of Harper's agenda to dismantled Canada and his denial of climate change, Indigenous rights, progressive taxation and more! But, Common Causes' teach-in will provide our vision.
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H.G. Watson | CUPE President Paul Moist expands on his plan to build coalitions in Canada, how to change public perceptions of unions and the role of temporary foreign workers in Canada.
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Andrew Nikiforuk | What happened to the generous and environmentally friendly Canada? Oh, it was overtaken by a greedy, dirty oil loving brute!
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rabble staff | Join us on Friday, November 1 for a teach-in to hear from a range of provincial and national speakers about a different vision, one that focuses on progressive policies for people and the planet.
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rabble staff | Good news! You can get news about the Conservative Convention from folks who most certainly did not endorse Harper.