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Leilani Farha, Joe Gunn | When did Canada decide that 4.9 million people living in poverty was something that we consent to as a nation?
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Karl Nerenberg | Trudeau showed a progressive and compassionate side when he was his party's immigration critic. He has promised much, including major electoral reform. But he does not need a majority.
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Judy Rebick | With the incessant polling and pundits, there are still some scenarios that no-one is talking about. Judy Rebick looks at the options and suggests we look again before we leap to strategic voting.
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Vanessa Brcic | As a family physician, the most important way I can help (and not harm) my patients, is to vote for health care in this election.
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Roger Annis | The good news is the meltdown of the appalling Conservative Party election campaign. The bad news is it will be back to the past if polls are accurate in predicting a Liberal Party victory.
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Doreen Nicoll | On October 19 vote against divisive policies and American-style politics by voting for positive change that will empower and create equality for all Canadians.
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Molly McCracken | Women have a lot at stake in this election: higher rates of economic inequality, impacts of violence and lack of child care. Here's how Winnipeg women fare.
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Stuart Trew | Yes, it's clickbait. But it's the damnedest clickbait you'll ever read.
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Christopher Majka | Green Party leader Elizabeth May is an environmental dynamo on a mission to shake up Canadian politics. I talk with her about climate change, political reform, foreign trade, deficits and democracy.
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rabble staff | Stephen Harper is a serial abuser of power. How do we know? Because the Tyee compiled a 70-item list.
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Ehab Lotayef | The NDP's response, was clear, direct and straightforward. It addressed most of the issues we raised with clear commitments of action.
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Darlene O'Leary | "On the Margins" shows the far-reaching impact of poverty, hitting communities across Canada. Remember that when you go and vote.