"I think we're going to see more people come over to our side as time progresses and the nature of Israel as an apartheid state becomes more and more evident."
"It's important to build a critique of Canadian imperialism within the labour movement."
"We can't afford to look back at this time many years down the road and wish we'd done so much more to rebuild the health care system when it was in crisis."
“Sometimes you need to jam the gears a little bit so that people are reminded that there is another way."
“We don't want to spend our time on a divisive leadership race and focusing on our differences.”
"I don't have a plan, but I'm weighing it very carefully. I've been encouraged by a great many people to run."
"This process of neoliberalism needs to be confronted, wherever it rears its ugly head, and if we don't defend people who are faced with the impacts of our globalized trade system, we're going to end up fighting these things at our doorstep — and we are already."
"We're living in an emergency. People know it. The question now is whether humans, all of us, and governments, all of them, are going to start acting like it's actually an emergency and start drastically cutting emissions with real regulations."
We asked NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh what truly "affordable" housing means, and whether 500,000 affordable housing units is enough to address the current shortfall.