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Jack Layton speaks at an anti-prorogation rally in Ottawa on Jan. 23, 2010. Photo: Xiaozhuli/flickr
Murray Dobbin | The NDP leader talks to rabble.ca about past strategies and future plans.
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Alice Klein | The Liberal think-fest last weekend turned up some unexpected consequences. Michael Ignatieff found the courage, at least temporarily, to take an actual stand on a tough political issue.
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Duncan Cameron | Michael Ignatieff did a well publicized tour of Canadian Universities. Judging from the list of 40 speakers he invited to address the upcoming Liberal thinkers conference he was not impressed.
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rabble staff | The Liberal leader calls upon Canadians to reject this week of protest against the suppression of Palestinians, but forgets he once abhorred the 'Bantustan' system used by Israel himself.
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Rick Salutin | Stephen Harper said that prorogation isn't No. 1 on anyone's radar. Yet, now half of Canadians say they are watching the issue "closely," and he's in a virtual tie with the Liberal leader.
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Alice Klein | Hundreds flooded the unmiked basement space in Hart House booked for the Friday, January 8, organizing meeting for the January 23 anti-prorogue rally.
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Alice Klein | Proroguing Parliament represses political debate on the rule of law, the honesty of government and the non-partisanship of our civil service. It's a kind of soul theft that will leave deep wounds.
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Murray Dobbin | If neither the Liberals nor the NDP find the courage to present a vision to the country and redefine the political discourse, it is virtually certain that Stephen Harper will stay prime minister.
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Duncan Cameron | When the Toronto trio went off to Harvard to talk Michael Ignatieff into returning to Canada to enter politics, they were looking for a Pierre Trudeau. Instead they found a Robert Stanfield.
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Eric Mang | We know that the Liberals have floundered at the polls recently. But can one man make it all better?
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Rick Salutin | By rights, Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff should own the H1N1 issue and the botch that the authorities have made of it, just as he should own the health-care issue overall.
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Duncan Cameron | The Liberal party continues to flounder. Recent polls have them trailing the Conservatives badly, even in Quebec.