In one fell swoop, one man’s political ambitions were dead, and the excitement, if not delirium, that drove the NDP since its impressive election in 2011 came crashing down to earth with one loud thud.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spoke to party members on April 10 before they voted on whether to seek a new leader. 'If you keep standing with me, then together, we will never stop fighting,' he said. The Hill Times photograph by Laura Ryckewaert
TORONTO—A visibly shaken Tom Mulcair could not contain his disappointment when he failed to capture the confidence of a majority of the delegates at the NDP convention in Edmonton.
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