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Thomas Mulcair’s new favourite word

The NDP leader calls us together


 

The prepared text of the NDP leader’s speech to the Economic Club of Canada comes in at 3,397 words. Nineteen of those words are “together.” Here are all of the sentences containing the word.

And thank you to the Economic Club of Canada for this opportunity to talk about how, together, we can build a brighter future for this city and for of all our cities…

Then all of us, business and labour, local, provincial and federal governments, Torontonians from Scarborough to Etobicoke, will have to work together. Because when we work together, when we dream together and when we act together, there’s no stopping this city…

We’ll have to work hard and we’ll have to work together. But together, we can build a future for Toronto, a future for all Canadian cities that will create opportunity and prosperity not just for a few of us but for each and every one of us. A city as great and as complex as Toronto only works when it all works together. That means business, labour and government working together. It means every level of government working together…

The NDP will take action on day one, and together, we will get the job done…

And another area where it is key for all levels of government to work together—especially through the CMHC…

By working together, this extraordinary city can continue to thrive … Together, we can take this city to new heights. Together, we can build a brighter, greener future. And, together, we can put cities and communities like Toronto back at the heart of our national agenda. There’s no clearer case of either the necessity or the opportunity for us to work together than the Toronto Portlands.

To work together and build together.

There were seven uses of “together” in Mr. Mulcair’s speech to the NDP convention last month. Make of this what you will.


 

Thomas Mulcair’s new favourite word

  1. Good eye Aaron. You know how to spot ’em! I had another favourite word for today (specious) but I think I’ll retweet this one as well.

  2. As long as we stick together, we can accomplish togetherness together.

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