Columnists
Ish Theilheimer | Maybe ousting Mulcair will prove to be good strategy and help to rebuild and reinvigorate the NDP. Or, perhaps, there will be real costs, like losing the stronghold in Quebec Mulcair helped to build.
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Craig Scott | In this first of a two-part series, Craig Scott considers how Tuesday's federal budget raises questions about honesty and accountability in our electoral democracy.
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Tristan Markle, Sarah Beuhler | How can the NDP bridge the gap between its members and the party centre? Make the party "less fucking boring" advocates Brian Topp.
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John Akpata | There are now dozens of models of legalization and decriminalization Canada could follow to regulate marijuana use. In 2016, will Canada finally implement a good policy for this?
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Nora Loreto | Progressives need to be careful to not confuse using data as a tool and gathering data as the sole purpose of a political campaign
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John Cartwright | The election is over, but we as Canadians will have to work together to challenge the lingering bigotry.
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Nora Loreto | It has been one month since the 2015 federal election. Now that Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have been in power for a bit, what have they been up to?
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J. Baglow | If I felt alienated from the Old Democratic Party after the election, this idiotic gesture finishes the job and ties an orange bow on it.
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John Cartwright | We should celebrate our victory, and then roll up our sleeves to continue to fight for a truly just society in the future.
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Sarah Woolf | Sarah Woolf is one of many affected by Bill C-24. However, she thinks organized opposition is empty of meaning unless we clearly acknowledge and support the communities the bill is really targeting.
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Martha Friendly | A national child-care system, absolutely appropriate if for no other reason than simply: "because it's 2015."
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J. Baglow | Gut-feels after yesterday's swearing-in -- and a suggestion re: the previous regime.