There is perhaps no better influencer job in the country right now than being leader of the federal NDP, with all the perks it offers.
Robert Hiltz is a columnist at Passage based in Ottawa.
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If Canada was truly concerned about human rights, it would be boycotting the Olympics no matter where they’re held.
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It was always clear the worst of the pandemic would be forgotten and swept under the rug, but for it to happen so quickly and so definitively is truly rotten.
Without significant changes soon, the NDP will not have anything to offer for people looking for an actual progressive party.
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Canada is fundamentally rotten, and nothing that happened during yesterday’s election is capable of solving the problem.