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H.G. Watson | In Winnipeg's Elmwood-Transcona riding, the NDP and Conservatives are in a tight race. Last election, the Cons beat the NDP by less than 1,000 votes. What will happen this time around?
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Russell Diabo | Indigenous voters are watching the federal party platforms on Indigenous issues closely. No matter who wins, more action will be needed to safeguard Indigenous rights after the election is over.
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J. Baglow | In the blink of an eye, a sense of belonging, a sense of safety and peace and genuine community, can be wiped out. It's an old movie, one we've seen many times before.
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Daniel Heath Justice | Daniel Heath Justice explains why as a Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation he will vote in the 2015 federal election.
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Cory Collins | There is a standout three-way race happening in South Shore-St. Margarets in Nova Scotia. Voter turnout was low in 2011 when the Cons edged out a win. Will that change in 2015?
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Nora Loreto | C-51 was an omnibus bill, but not that kind of omnibus bill. Separating the facts from fiction on what can be done to repeal the so-called anti-terror bill.
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Change in Ottawa
Christopher Majka | Interest in electoral reform has risen dramatically: 38-fold since 2002 with a huge surge this year. With two-thirds of Canadians seeking change in Ottawa, will 2015 bring proportional representation?
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Meg Borthwick | Canada has an international reputation for justice and environmental protection. But do we really deserve it, especially after nine years under the Harper government? Nope!
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David Molenhuis | The NDP claims the TPP will dramatically increase the price of life-saving medicines among other implications for Canada's public health-care system. Is this true?
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Fair Vote Canada | Will 2015 be the last first-past-the-post election in Canada? It could be. Here's how.
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David Molenhuis | The Claim: The Conservative Party says "We believe that this deal [the TPP] offers enormous benefits for the automobile sector." Is this true?
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Gerry Caplan | Tom Mulcair must be their pied piper, attracting not only NDP activists but progressives in general, leading them to a Harper-free Canada.