East of Main recently posted a story on how a progressive coalition is needed at the Federal level here in Canada. I can’t emphasize this enough so I thought of posting on this topic again - but from the angle of how and when to do it. After reading Scott Reid’s piece in the Globe [...]
Archive for November, 2008
A great grassroots movement has just arose which started in Victoria earlier this Fall. I got to speak with one of the co-founders, Kyle Artelle, and it was refreshing to hear what he has to say.
Their mission is simple: to unite progressive people and Federal parties together so to topple the unpopular Conservative government. This [...]
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GRAPH: Vancouver Mayoral Race 2008 |PDF
BRITTEN, Patrick C.
Gregor won by 18,804 votes (or 15.1%), which is a sizable majority over Peter Ladner. Interestingly, for Betty Krawczyk of the Work Less Party - she can tell her voters and fans that she [...]
By Ajay Puri
For the people of Vancouver it seems the world is becoming a more progressive place. In late October two key Provincial ridings had by-elections where the NDP won both seats. Then on November 4th, Obama was elected as the next President of the United States. And on November 15, 2008 the people of [...]