The NDP campaign director explains everything
Thomas Mulcair is criticized from the left
The New Democrats consider their preamble
Aaron Wherry on a fine rendering of Jack Layton’s life, love and last campaign
As part of last week’s conversation with the NDP leader, I asked a few questions about cap-and-trade and putting a price on carbon.
Are you ready, are you prepared, to
Have you been afraid to ask? Here’s what you need to know
The square in front of Toronto’s city hall was packed for Dear Jack, a tribute to the late NDP leader
Brian Topp considers the last 12 months for the NDP and looks ahead to the next three years.
Which gets us to a final point: what to do about the
An oral history of Jack Layton’s last letter
The Agenda convenes a panel—including Brian Topp—to discuss austerity and democracy.
Greg Fingas considers Bruce Hyer’s defection in the context of Thomas Mulcair’s hopes for regional outreach. Brian Topp considers Mr. Hyer’s defection in the context of the “bozo eruptions” that
Further to this post last week, a new poll in Ontario finds massive support for a proposal of the province’s NDP.
Ontarians overwhelmingly favour NDP Leader Andrea Horwath’s proposal to
Alice Funke reviews the detailed results of the NDP leadership vote.
Nathan Cullen narrowly won all of the real-time voting he appeared on during last weekend’s NDP leadership contest, but
From this week’s print edition, the inside story of the NDP campaign, as reported by John Geddes and I.
The last thing anyone expected from Thomas Mulcair in the race
Pitting renewal against tradition, it’s a win for change
In this week’s print edition—on newsstands tomorrow—John Geddes and I co-author a few thousand words on the NDP leadership race. The piece is based on numerous interviews with those in
Mr. Topp has sent a note to supporters.
National campaigns are always intense experiences — but they usually last for seven weeks or so. And then we go whew! that