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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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Karl Nerenberg | NDP leader Mulcair did well in the final French-language debate; so did Liberal leader Trudeau. But does Harper hold the trump card with the TPP?
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Seth Klein | Cutting small business taxes may make for good politics, but it's a policy with no economic merit.
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Ethel Tungohan | The divisions between the Liberals, NDP and the Greens on immigration policies remain few, except when it comes to support for Bill C-51.
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Alex Hemingway | Three key insights from Monia Mazigh's analysis of Bill C-51 should give us all pause about this unprecedented legislation.
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Lewis Rifkind | The Conservatives have treated Yukon First Nations with scorn, contempt and slight regard. Election day, October 19, will be payback time.
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rabble staff | Spend your Friday with rabble as we cover the second French-language debate of the 2015 federal election. It's gonna be great. We swear.
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Scott Vrooman | Rights are to public opinion what Rob Ford's behaviour is to public opinion: irrelevant.
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Nora Loreto | Jason Kenney was quick to demand an apology from a Liberal candidate, but were the candidate's comments totally off-base or did they contain some truth?
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Yves Engler | Since the mid-2000s Canada's special forces have steadily expanded because these elite units have close ties to their U.S. counterparts and the government is not required to divulge information.
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Roshini Nair | The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women needs to be addressed immediately. Since the current federal government plans to do nothing, the Chiefs of Ontario launched the Who is She? campaign.
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Gina Starblanket | Federal parties are proposing policies to address what are perceived as the main issues for Indigenous communites. The dollar amounts are not only not enough, they fail to address underlying causes.