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The People's Food Policy is encouraging voters to attend debates and ask candidates questions about the close to 2.5 million Canadians who are regularly concerned about having enough food to eat. Photo: Amanda Sheedy
Anna Paskal | The People's Food Policy is encouraging voters to attend debates and ask candidates questions about the close to 2.5 million Canadians who are regularly concerned about having enough food to eat.
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Steve Anderson, Shea Sinnott, Glyn Lewis | Internet governance has come to a head in this country. Now is the time to take a stand in the federal election.
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James Laxer | The dangerous disconnect between what the people want and the plans of those who control the state is all too clear in our fraying democracy.
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Scott Piatkowski | Here is my take on the highlights and lowlights of the 2008 Federal Election results.
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Mai Nguyen | So here we are again…living in yet another Canada under the leadership of the Conservative government. It’s a hard blow for students. But it’s not so much for the corporations.
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Beisan Zubi | As a member of the oft-ignored youth vote, I see some stirrings on my university campus to get out there and have our voices heard.
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Pierre Beaudet | Stephen Harper has registered an important tactical victory yesterday. While maintaining his positions in most regions, he has made important headways into the urban bastions of the Liberals, notably
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Blair Redlin | Turns out low voter turnout helps tell the tale of the 2008 federal. At 59%, the turnout yesterday was the lowest yet.
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Dionne Brand | There should have been not one single pseudo victory/concession speech last night. Stephen Harper should have slunk away in embarrassment. The whole election exercise was redundant.
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Pierre Beaudet | Some times you wake up in the morning and think, ‘why I have put myself in such a lousy situation'!
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Sharon Fraser | VoteforEnvironment and other know-it-alls across the country helped Peter Mackay win easy re-election, by boosting Elizabeth May although the NDP had the best opportunity to defeat him.
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Pierre Beaudet | Jeffrey Simpson is an intelligent guy, not one of these cowboys. Yesterday in La Presse, he came out with his usual twist.