While the NDP importantly raises many of the issues of inequality, injustice, and lack of opportunity facing Canadians, and identifies areas for tax reform, it fails, overall, to offer a credible set of ideas to make the country and Canadians better off.
New Democraticic Party Leader Jagmeet Signh, pictured March 27, 2019, in his Hill office.
The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
TORONTO—The NDP is out of the gate with its federal election campaign platform, even if it is not out of the gate when it comes to nominating candidates.
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