Jack Layton remembered with a jack pine that leans to the left
Laureen Harper fosters kittens and Patrick Brazeau’s hair is growing
NDP gathered in Centre Block on Wednesday..
Columnist Richard Gwyn took home the $25,000 Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing for his book Nation Maker: Sir John A. Macdonald: His Life, Our Times; Volume Two: 1867–1891.
The Conservative press office sends its regards in a note entitled “Mr. Mulcair’s NDP Team.”
Late yesterday, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair announced his new shadow cabinet. This was Mr. Mulcair’s
Boxing-match bets and flourless cakes
After a discussion of healthcare pledges of yesteryear, Bob Rae tried to talk drugs–amidst Conservative chuckles
On the second question of his second day, Mulcair seemed to find the right key of indignation
First question: What about these “not-so-nice” things the Conservatives are saying? How are you going to make sure you define yourself?
“The party already gave an indication through the media
Brad Lavigne, principal secretary in Nycole Turmel’s office, former director of the NDP and a close advisor to Jack Layton, tendered his resignation with Ms. Turmel two weeks ago and
Egale, Canada’s national lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) human rights organization, held a special all-party reception in the Hill hosted by Tory Senator Nancy Ruth.
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The way a Conservative backbenchers sees it, this is all about “sore losers”
Five female NDP MPs—three current, two former—explain their support for Brian Topp.
Today we support Brian Topp because we believe it is the best way for us to continue the
Brian Topp draws perhaps the most profound compliment of the NDP leadership race to date.
NDP leadership candidate Brian Topp has concluded an energetic five-day swing through BC with a
From my interviews for this week’s piece about the Topp campaign, here is an online exclusive assessment of Brian Topp’s cuteness, offered happily by Libby Davies.
“There’s almost like a
Neither the government nor the official opposition seem interested in pursuing the recommendations of yesterday’s Royal Society report.
But despite the ambitious proposals, there are no signs Ottawa wants to
The annihilation of the tax code finds support in all corners