The Purgatory of Canadian Social Democracy

If Canada’s NDP is to have a future, it needs to rediscover its militancy.

Less than a year out from a federal election, the prospects for Canada’s social-democratic New Democratic Party (NDP) are uncertain. The party hit a historic high in 2011, which saw it win over a hundred seats, achieve an unprecedented breakthrough in Québec, and become the country’s Official Opposition for the first time. Optimism, however, soon […]

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