NDP analyst Capstick leaving world of political punditry
By Shruti ShekarMar. 26, 2018
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NDP analyst and former press secretary Ian Capstick, pictured in the centre, will be retiring from commenting on political matters to deal with his Attention Deficit Disorder. The Hill Times file photograph
Longtime NDP political analyst and former NDP press secretary Ian Capstick announced in a Facebook note last week that he’s signing off from the world of political punditry.
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