Mark your calendars

The NDP has released its official schedule and themes for leadership debates.

December 4th, Ottawa – Building an inclusive economy
January, Halifax – Giving families a break
February, Quebec City – Providing leadership on the world stage
February, Winnipeg – Building bridges between urban and rural Canada
March, Montreal – Building a strong united Canada
March, Vancouver – Creating opportunities for youth and new Canadians

Paul Dewar is calling for 10 debates, including two each in the regions of Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Quebec, the Prairies, British Columbia and the North.




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Mark your calendars

  1. December 4th, Ottawa – BUILDING AN INCLUSIVE ECONOMY  (because, ya know, political parties – especially socialist ones-  are best at building economies)
    January, Halifax – GIVING FAMILIES A BREAK
      (but to paraphrase Pat Martin, those single folks can F-off)
    February, Quebec City – PROVIDING LEADERSHIP ON THE WORLD STAGE
      (an example would be the leadership our candidates provided in Las Vegas during the last election)
    February, Winnipeg – BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN URBAN AND RURAL CANADA
      (e.g., a bridge from Toronto to Churchill, MB.  Imagine the (union) job creation!)
     March, Montreal – BUILDING A STRONG UNITED CANADA
     (in which Quebec is massively over represented in Parliament in perpetuity or until we lose our QC seats)
    March, Vancouver – CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH AND NEW CANADIANS -  (so long as they qualify as families, see January) 

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