What is Mulcair waiting for?

By failing to deliver on one of his strengths in more forcefully dominating the political centre and reaching out to Liberal supporters, Tom Mulcair risks losing everything the party has built in the last decade once a new, permanent appealing Liberal leader takes over.

By Michael Qaqish

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 23, 2012 11:34 PM

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