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thomas mulcair 2015

"I take full responsibility for these shortcomings."
The party is going through a painful post-mortem.
From the "orange surge" to the Tory exodus.
"You are home. Welcome home."
"I am so honoured to have led this party through this federal election and so humbled in front of the effort that was deployed here in British Columbia,'' Mulcair said.
After a heady spring and summer that saw New Democrats win power in Alberta and then surge to first place in national polls
Polls be damned, Mulcair believes the NDP can still form government.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair says he has not yet agreed to participate in two high-profile English language leaders' debates, despite
HuffPost Canada's Ottawa bureau chief Althia Raj takes an inside look at what's behind the NDP's impressive rise.
The numbers show Trudeau has a steep, steep hill to climb.