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Niki Ashton speaks to students and supporters at McGill University. Photo: davehuehn/flickr
babblers, Meg Borthwick | On September 26, we hosted our first Q&A with leadership candidate Niki Ashton. Here we bring you her full babble interview, featuring the top questions submitted by you, our readers.
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Rick Salutin | The four candidate vying for the leadership of the national party provided feeble answers to that question.
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Anita Nickerson | Let's make 2019 the last first-past-the-post election!
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Erin Weir | In 2015 Liberals overtook the NDP as the progressive alternative to Conservatives because the NDP didn't put forward a fiscal plan to pay for ambitious improvements to public services, income support.
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Singh at 2017 Pride Parade in Toronto. Photo: ideas_dept/flickr
Karl Nerenberg | Jagmeet Singh entered the NDP leadership race months after the four other candidates, yet there is polling and anecdotal evidence that he already has higher, and more positive, name recognition.
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Niki Ashton. Photo: Matt Jiggins/flickr
Karl Nerenberg | NDP leadership candidate Niki Ashton describes herself as an intersectional feminist -- and as the candidate of youth and of the left.
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Image of Guy Caron. Courtesy of Caron campaign
Karl Nerenberg | NDP MP Guy Caron has two distinct advantages in the party's leadership race: he is the only Quebecer in the race and the only one who can lay claim to being a professional economist.
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Charlie Angus Got Your Back Tour 2017. Image: Facebook/Charlie Angus
Karl Nerenberg | Charlie Angus is perhaps best known as a passionate and articulate advocate in Parliament for Indigenous people. He wants to create a discourse that will cross the many lines of division in Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | The first-to-declare NDP leadership candidate tells rabble that the party lost touch with the grass roots last time. If he is chosen leader, Julian pledges that will not happen again.