Has the NDP saved itself from irrelevance?

The delegates took a risk in embracing even the watered down version of the manifesto for debate. That risk deserves to be rewarded by those outside the NDP hoping the party will change. Bridging the cultural gap is a two way process and both sides need to commit to it.

In the aftermath of Tom Mulcair’s crushing repudiation at the NDP’s convention the party enters a period of self-reflection and reinvention that it has never experienced before, writes Murray Dobbin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

By MURRAY DOBBIN

PUBLISHED : Monday, April 18, 2016 12:00 AM

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