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Tom Mulcair

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Mulcair’s uphill climb

 - comment section

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I agree that the NDP needs a new strategy and they needed it yesterday. But, one correction, in terms of approval ratings, Mulcair's personal numbers are consistently equal to and often surpassing those of Trudeau. When Canadians get to know him, they like him. They just need to get to know him.

http://www.thetelegram.com/Opinion/Columnists/2015-02-02/article-4028275...

Unionist

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takeitslowly

Theres nothing wrong with Thomas Muclair, he cant help the fact that Canadians are supporting little Justin more. If Thomas mulcair is not getting the support he needs, thats because Canadians dont deserve him. Canadians like corruptions, snakes, Clinton politics, a corporate face and criminals to run their government. Thats a problem with Canadians. I have alot of admiration for Thomas Muclair for not giving up on the ignorant/closeminded/ selfish Canadian electorate.

 

I would not recommend my loved ones to go into politics. There are better things to do, like breathing or meditating.

Brachina

 I agree takeitslowly

Todrick of Chat...

takeitslowly wrote:

Thats a problem with Canadians. I have alot of admiration for Thomas Muclair for not giving up on the ignorant/closeminded/ selfish Canadian electorate.

 

This is what is wrong with the NDP, they believe they are superior to the rest of Canada. 

NorthReport

I agree.

Never underestimate the stupidity of the Liberal voter who vote for corruption, scandal, lies, deceit, and for Liberals who feel entitled to their entitlements, eh!   Frown

NorthReport

Kewl! Smile

Mulcair calls on PM to 'personally' intervene in Fahmy case


Fahmy in Egyptian jail


http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/mulcair-calls-on-pm-to-personally-intervene...

Winston

Todrick of Chatsworth wrote:

That is is what is wrong with the NDP, they believe they are superior to the rest of Canada. 

Certainly superior to lying Liberals and crooked Tories.

NorthReport

I'll drink to that. Smile

Thomas Mulcair hopes Quebecers remember NDP was against War Measures Act

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair says Quebecers who remember the War Measures Act likely to trust his party more on anti-terrorism legislation.

NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, at a micro-brewery in Toronto Tuesday, says he hopes Quebec voters will remember that the only party whose leader opposed the War Measures Act during the FLQ crisis in October 1970 was the NDP.

New Democratic Leader Thomas Mulcair is hopeful Quebecers with long memories of anti-terrorism efforts will boost their support in the polls in that province.

The history lesson Mulcair hopes Quebecers will keep in mind as they consider which party to support in the next federal election is that the NDP was the only party whose leader opposed the War Measures Act invoked by the Liberal government of Pierre Elliott Trudeau as a response to the FLQ crisis in October 1970.

“You ask Quebecers whether they think it was a good idea to put hundreds of people in jail without charge during the War Measures Act, you won’t find a single Quebecer who agrees with that . . . . We have a history, a very proud history, of principled leadership that’s always guided the NDP and Quebecers react very favourably to that,” Mulcair said Tuesday in a telephone interview from Toronto.

Mulcair confirmed he was bringing up the War Measures Act — which saw more than 450 people arrested in Quebec, most of whom were released without being charged — in relation to Bill C-51, the new anti-terrorism law the Conservative government introduced last month.

 

 

http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/02/10/thomas-mulcair-hopes-quebe...

 

Jacob Two-Two

Hopefully when the NDP is done trying to look reasonable it will come out strongly against this bill. This is precisely the kind of issue where they should be distinguishing themselves from the two establishment parties. Too little or too late and it will have no impact.

montrealer58 montrealer58's picture

This issue can come out hard during the campaign period.
There has to be a ground shift from "supporting Harper's security agenda" READ "responding to xenophobic dog whistles"
to "remember when the dog whistles were against us". 

NorthReport

I could not agree more with this author.

Coalition - very bad idea to discuss it before the election results are in - get it.

For pity’s sake, stop talking about coalitions

http://www.ipolitics.ca/2015/02/10/for-pitys-sake-stop-talking-about-coa...

Aristotleded24

NorthReport wrote:
I could not agree more with this author.

Coalition - very bad idea to discuss it before the election results are in - get it.

For pity’s sake, stop talking about coalitions

http://www.ipolitics.ca/2015/02/10/for-pitys-sake-stop-talking-about-coa...

Thanks NR. I'll excerpt the most relevant points:

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Every time Harper’s staunchest opponents mention coalition or cooperation, they’re doing his PR work for him — by making his opponents look weak, by reinforcing the false notion that no single party has what it takes to beat him.

Of course Harper is beatable. He was beaten by Paul Martin in 2004, even after “uniting the right”. His 2011 majority was eked out on the basis of less than 40 per cent of the vote and a historically low turnout. Had 6,201 people in 14 ridings voted differently, he’d have landed another minority.

Brachina

http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/pm-has-personally-reached-out-to-egy...

 

 Mulcair asks Harper to personally reach out to Eyptian President on behalf of Fahmy.

Unionist

NorthReport wrote:

I could not agree more with this author.

Are you serious?

This article is pure unadulterated Liberal Party propaganda - Trudeau and Ignatieff style, to be specific (not Dion).

"This author" ran for the leadership of the Manitoba Liberal Party in 2013.

And here's the entire reason why he wrote the article:

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Like it or not, if progressive voters really want Harper gone, they’re going to have to take on the responsibility themselves — by voting strategically and uniting behind one party.

Talk about dog whistles.

 

NorthReport

I know who the author is but Liberals are not always wrong about everything, and I do agree with the premise of the article. Time for discussing coalitions is after, not before elections. Chances are the Liberals will be discussing with the Cons after the election about a coalition how to keep the NDP from forming the government.

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Parliament must reject the anti-terror bill

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/parliament-must-reject-the-a...

Unionist

Do you agree with his call for strategic voting, NR? You're the one who said you "couldn't agree more". That's what his whole article is about. Let me sum it up for you:

Don't talk about coalitions. Vote "strategically" for the party most likely to defeat Harper. Guess which one that is.

 

janfromthebruce

Unionist wrote:

NorthReport wrote:

I could not agree more with this author.

Are you serious?

This article is pure unadulterated Liberal Party propaganda - Trudeau and Ignatieff style, to be specific (not Dion).

"This author" ran for the leadership of the Manitoba Liberal Party in 2013.

And here's the entire reason why he wrote the article:

Quote:
Like it or not, if progressive voters really want Harper gone, they’re going to have to take on the responsibility themselves — by voting strategically and uniting behind one party.

Talk about dog whistles.

 

Agree with Unionist here. It was a dog whistle to the final bunch line. Hold your nose and vote Liberal. No matter that Liberals and Conservatives share the same positions in most things. It's the ultimate strategic voting meme.

Caissa

Brad Lavigne could be the best thing that will happen to Mulcair.

Brachina

Caissa wrote:

Brad Lavigne could be the best thing that will happen to Mulcair.

 

 You could be right, but just curious as to what prompted that statement Caissa?

ajaykumar

Caissa wrote:

Brad Lavigne could be the best thing that will happen to Mulcair.

LOL

NorthReport

Thanks to Mulcair's request Harper made a personal intervention. not out of the woods yet but at least out on bail.

Fahmy wins bail in Egypt; will remain in jail until Saturday, family saysCairo court orders release on bail of Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy and his Al Jazeera colleague but terror charges against them stand.

http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2015/02/12/mohamed-fahmy-ordered-relea...

Caissa

Brad has been loaned from his company to work on the upcoming campaign.

NorthReport

Mulcair serves up small business agenda, hot from the oven

He cited his party’s proposed national minimum wage, its long-standing plan to donate one per cent of the gas tax to cities for public transit and his plan for Quebec-style $15-a-day child care as items that could be game-changers for many middle-class Mississaugans. “Many people in the GTA are paying $2,000-a-month per child for care,” he pointed out.

 

He also plans to roll back the Conservative government’s plan to extend the normal retirement age from 65 to 67.

 

Unlike the Liberal Party, he stressed, the NDP has set forth a detailed series of platform planks so the public can evaluate them before the electioneering starts.

 

He also believes Ottawa has to do more to further the agenda of Canadian cities. “The feds have to become a partner. Municipalities only get 8 per cent of the tax revenue but they have 60 per cent of the infrastructure.”  Investing in municipal infrastructure projects, “is a great way to create jobs.”

 

If Canadians want to remove the Harper government from power, they should vote for his party, Mulcair said, because it is the most obvious alternative.

 

“We have three times as many seats as the Liberals, so we are the ones with the best chance to defeat the Conservatives,” he suggested. “And we are offering a clear choice” unlike the Liberals, who have parroted the government on many recent major issues, including the anti-terror bill. “The Liberals and the Conservatives have the same agenda. The best way to avoid getting Mr. Harper again is to vote for the NDP.”


http://www.mississauga.com/blogs/post/5336711-mulcair-serves-up-small-bu...

Brachina

 The statement at the bottom really confirms Mulcair's going to fight the antiterror bill.

Brachina

 http://m.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/its-time-to-make-amends-with-...

 

 Some background on Brad Lavagine becoming part of Mulcair's team.

thorin_bane

Had an interesting interview by mike enwrong. Wrote into sunday edition about how ignorant the host is. Also like to point out, 'the most watched political panel' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zbVZN60qXU 5:20, peter mansbridge showing how wrong he is, and then Chantal who covers quebec entirely misses the fact the NDP has a no crossing policy, but manages to say an NDP got passed on by the Liberals. But hey they have no bias on the panel.

NorthReport

Anti-terrorism bill opens door to spying on opponents, Mulcair charges  Frown

http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2015/02/17/anti-terrorism-bill-opens-do...

janfromthebruce

NDP prepares to oppose anti-terror bill over ‘broad’ language, lack of oversight

“The language is so broad that it would allow CSIS to investigate anyone who challenges the government’s social, economic or environmental policies,” Mr. Mulcair said. “What is to stop this bill from being used to spy on the government’s political enemies?”

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“Canada already has strong laws that make it an offence to incite a terrorist act. Can the Minister provide a single example showing that such a new offence is necessary?” NDP MP Randall Garrison asked.

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Two of the most important figures in the NDP – former leader Ed Broadbent and former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow – have written an open letter against Bill C-51. Party officials said the publication of the letter was part of the broader strategy to eventually vote against the proposal.

“The bill attacks the civil rights of all Canadians, and places the protections guaranteed by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms under the shadow of wider powers to interfere with lawful and legitimate conduct,” Mr. Broadbent and Mr. Romanow said.

In particular, the pair criticized the broad definition of activities that could lead to a national-security investigation.

“Any interference with financial or economic stability could now be considered to violate national security. Such activities are a daily occurrence and in truth could include just about anything,” the letter said.

The comment section of this article of the Globe is very very favourable for Mulcair and the NDP.

Some examples to follow:

Canadians have seen this tired story play out over and over again in Ottawa, election after election. It seems the only change under the Liberals is a change of governments. Nothing else ever changes. The Ottawa culture prevails and the abuses of power continue.
For the first time ever, I am seriously thinking of voting for the NDP. At least they are unafraid to stand up to the totalitarianism in Bill C-51.

next:

"'Can the Minister provide a single example showing that such a new offence is necessary?' NDP MP Randall Garrison asked.

Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney responded that recent attacks in Copenhagen serve as a reminder of the war being waged by the jihadis movement around the world . . . "

So that's a no. This bill is completely unnecessary - what happened in Copenhagen is illegal here, there, and I'm gonna guess just about everywhere. The RCMP and CSIS don't need more laws to be able to do their jobs, they need (and have asked for) more resources, both financial and human, to do their jobs more thoroughly and thus effectively.

another:

I am glad someone chose to stand up for Canada. Trudeau should take notes.

oh oh:

This reminds me of NDP leader Tommy Douglas being the only one with the cajoles to be against Pierre Trudeau's stupid War Measures Act.

historical note:

We should recall the brave actions of the Federal CCF in 1942 when it opposed the excesses of the program of dispossession and internment of Japanese Canadians during the regrettable but understandable hysteria on the West Coast of North America in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbour, Hong Kong, etc. It was not an easy decision to oppose this program because it had wide support amongst the general public, including the working class especially, but it was important that some Party take a principled stand for a balanced mobilization of the Pacific war effort.

In the longer term, most Canadians had regrets about that program and were grateful that voices had been raised during the war for Canadian values.

A similar scenario unfolded in 1971 when the Federal, Provincial and local government of the day applied the War Measures Act excessively in too many cases in the wake of the FLQ crisis.

There is a real risk now that the NDP will suffer electorally during the upcoming General Election because it opposes the excessive and ill designed Bill in question. Hopefully this will not be so, but in any case I’m glad the NDP is taking the risk of representing the better aspects of Canadian society in this matter and I believe that in time the merit of this stand by the NDP will be generally applauded.

Proud of the NDP - Tom Mulcair and Tommy Douglas have lots in common here in standing up for our rights.

Aristotleded24

I would have preferred the NDP take a stance that is much more concise and strongly worded, but if they're planning to oppose this legislation, that's ultimately what matters.

NorthReport

Tom Mulcair criticizes dangerous, vague, ineffective' anti-terror bill C-51

NDP leader says party will fight the proposal following weekly caucus meeting

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/tom-mulcair-criticizes-dangerous-vague-i...

NorthReport

Le NPD accuse les conservateurs de trafiquer les chiffres

http://www.ledevoir.com/politique/canada/430049/le-npd-accuse-les-conser...

NorthReport

Martin could well be correct particularly because of the issue that Carol Goar is addressing in her Toronto Star article tonite.

Defiant stand could become Mulcair's defining moment

Thomas Mulcair

Opposition and NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair stands in the House of Commons during question period Monday January 27, 2014 in Ottawa.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/ctv-news-channel/power-play-with-don-martin/defian...

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is running out of second chances: Goar

Canadians have shrugged off Justin Trudeau’s slips and stumbles for three years but they want a competent national leader now.

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's political record to date has been marred by misjudgments, ill-considered remarks and discarded promises. It's time he started demonstrating maturity, self-discipline and competence to lead the nation, writes Carol Goar.

His political record to date has been marred by misjudgments, ill-considered remarks and discarded promises. He has put forward few substantive policies to counteract these eyebrow-raising moves. His admirers are getting nervous; his detractors are rubbing their hands.-------------------------

But questions about his fitness to govern keep popping up. To review the record:

  • Four months into his leadership campaign, he was found to be charging heftyspeaking fees to non-profit organizations. He hastily offered to give the money back to any group that asked. “I’m proud of the work I did as a professional public speaker. But I also realize that Canadians expect more from me and I am glad to use what I can, to do what I can, to deal with these organizations,” he said, shrugging off the ethical lapse.
  • In November 2013, the Liberal leader mused at a women’s event: “There is a level of admiration I actually have for China. Their basic dictatorship is actually allowing them to turn their economy around on a dime.” Asian Canadians, many of whom had fled repression in China, cringed and human rights activists urged him to apologize.
  • In January 2014 he expelled all 32 senators from the Liberal caucus, without warning or consultation. Even those who share Trudeau’s goal — to “end partisanship and patronage in the Senate” — were taken aback by the way he treated seasoned Liberals who had worked for the party in good times and bad. “There were some good organizers who won’t be active anymore but we’re getting in so many more that it’s not something I think about too much,” he told the Star’s Susan Delacourt nonchalantly.
  • A month later, he made light of Russia’s incursion into Ukraine. “Since Russia lost in (Olympic) hockey, they will be a bad mood and we fear Russian involvement in Ukraine.”
  • In April, he tossed aside his pledge to allow “open nominations for all Liberal candidates in every single riding in the next election,” blocking a bid by Christine Innes to seek the nomination in Trinity-Spadina. He claimed her workers were bullying volunteers. It subsequently emerged there was a favoured candidate. Now all would-be contenders need the approval of the party’s “green light committee” to run under the Liberal banner.
  • In May, he took away the long-standing right of Liberal MPs to vote according to their consciences on wrenching moral issues. Under his leadership, he declared, members of the Liberal caucus would be required to vote pro-choice on abortion, forcing several to choose between their personal/religious convictions and their political allegiance.
  • Then came the Eve Adams episode.
  • Initially Canadians were willing to give Trudeau a second — and a third and a seventh — chance. But now they’re starting to weigh their electoral choices

    http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2015/02/19/liberal-leader-just...

    NorthReport

    Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair talks dollars and cents to business crowd in Halifax

      The leader of the federal NDP was in Halifax to woo a business audience Monday, highlighting the economic benefits of investing in social supports for the middle class.

       

      http://www.capebretonpost.com/News/Local/2015-02-24/article-4054850/Fede...

      NorthReport

      Mulcair: Murder plot probe success proves Tory bill not needed

      http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1270816-mulcair-murder-plot-prob...

      ajaykumar

      Tom is just what Canada needs!------ another career "experienced" politician!!! Haha

      Jacob Two-Two

      I'm with you, ajay! I have nothing but contempt for experience and accomplishment. Like when I went in for my surgery the other day.

      "How long has this surgeon been practicing?", I demanded to know. "Twenty-two years", they replied, to which I answered, "Well, get her out of here!! I don't want some fancy-pants industry insider cutting me open! Get me a well-intentioned, charming intern and have them take over. That's what's needed here!"

      Thought they could pull one over on me, but I showed them.

      Brachina

      Jacob Two-Two wrote:

      I'm with you, ajay! I have nothing but contempt for experience and accomplishment. Like when I went in for my surgery the other day.

      "How long has this surgeon been practicing?", I demanded to know. "Twenty-two years", they replied, to which I answered, "Well, get her out of here!! I don't want some fancy-pants industry insider cutting me open! Get me a well-intentioned, charming intern and have them take over. That's what's needed here!"

      Thought they could pull one over on me, but I showed them.

       

       LMFAO, people who complain about career politicians sound silly, it's just popularism.

      thorin_bane

      Herb Gray great MP even if he was a liberal..40 years, guess AJ think he was crap too.

      NorthReport

      Needs to be closed out for length

      josh

      Glad to see Mulcair skip a meeting with Modi, the master of ceremonies of the Gujarat pogrom, whatever the reason.

      http://www.vancouverdesi.com/news/india/conservative-backbenchers-join-w...

      NorthReport

      Tom will be participating here in Surrey on Saturday

      What you need to know about the Vaisakhi parade

      http://www.vancouverdesi.com/news/nridiaspora/what-you-need-to-know-abou...

      NorthReport

      Are you up for it Tom because lots and lots of Canadians are?

      Canada's Housing Crisis 'A Failure of All of Us'

      Time to put affordable homes on the federal agenda, say advocates. First in a solutions series.

      It's taken decades, but Michael Shapcott has seen troublesome housing trends become a full-blown Canadian crisis.

      Shapcott was a founding member of the Canadian Homelessness Research Network who serves now as a North American voice on the Habitat International Coalition, a global network of nearly 400 housing rights organizations in 126 countries on every continent. Although his own focus is mainly on street populations, he regards the growing number of homeless in our country as the tragic but predictable outcome of years of political inaction.

      "It's like glaciers melting," he said. "You don't see the changes from day to day, but it's remarkable to see it over two, three or four decades."

      Distant are the 1970s, when political leaders regarded a secure home as a fundamental right. When former prime minister Pierre Trudeau's government introduced sweeping reforms to the National Housing Act in 1973, his minister responsible for housing described adequate, affordable shelter as an "elemental human need."

      "Society and the government obviously have an obligation to assure that these basic needs of shelter are met," the Hon. Ron Basford declared. "Good housing at reasonable cost is a social right of every citizen in this country."

      The turning point came in 1993, Shapcott says, with the election of a new Liberal federal government bent on deficit-smashing -- a very different priority from the same party's goal two decades earlier.

      "The political winds started to blow in a radically different direction," said Shapcott, who co-wrote a book on homelessness with late New Democrat leader Jack Layton. "Instead of governments saying housing is a right and the government has an obligation, we began to hear politicians right across the political spectrum saying there was a need for austerity, that we'd hit the debt wall and we needed to cut the housing budget."

      The same year saw the beginning of the end for the national housing program that Basford had reinvigorated two decades earlier. The Chretien government froze new funding for the National Housing Program -- with implications that endure into the present.

      With another federal election approaching this October, and Canadians spending more on housing than almost any other developed country's citizens, Shapcott is just one of many advocates for secure, affordable and appropriate housing who say the issue has been left on campaign sidelines too long.

      Over the coming months the non-partisan, non-profit Tyee Solutions Society will bring those expert conversations to the foreground, investigating what they identify as today's most critical housing struggles, and what might be done to resolve them.

      As Shapcott reminded us, not all of those struggles are found on the street. The disturbing rise he's witnessed in people who lack any personal shelter has many roots, among them the scarcity of supportive and social housing, secure rental apartments, affordable co-ops and even working families' access to mortgages.

      With that in mind, we will be examining the housing crisis not as a single phenomenon but through its many faces, profiling some conspicuous clusters of Canadians who are either underserved by existing policies or whose struggles are under-reported in most media.

       

       

      http://thetyee.ca/News/2015/05/05/Canada-Housing-Crisis/

      NorthReport

      Mulcair vows to “reverse the damage” Harper has done to the environment

      http://www.ipolitics.ca/2015/05/07/mulcair-vows-to-reverse-the-damage-ha...

      NorthReport

      Tom Mulcair troubled by claim military planned to ignore sexual misconduct recommendations

      The head of Canada’s military, Gen. Tom Lawson, reportedly told senior officers to ignore a number of recommendations in a report on sexual misconduct.

      http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2015/05/13/tom-mulcair-troubled-by-cl...

      NorthReport

      NDP's Tom Mulcair promises abortion funding for key foreign aid projects

      http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ndp-s-tom-mulcair-promises-abortion-fund...

      NorthReport

      Mike Duffy: NDP wants 'phantom' residency declaration released

      New Democrats continue to press for more details on the Senate vetting process

      http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/mike-duffy-ndp-wants-phantom-residency-d...

      NorthReport

      NDP’s Mulcair visits Victoria tonight

      http://www.timescolonist.com/news/local/ndp-s-mulcair-visits-victoria-to...

      And tomorrow in Surrey at 6:30 PM at the Aria Banquet Hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

      NorthReport

      NDP’s Mulcair visits Victoria tonight

      http://www.timescolonist.com/news/local/ndp-s-mulcair-visits-victoria-to...

      And tomorrow (Friday) in Surrey at 6:30 PM at the Aria Banquet Hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

      NorthReport

      Hootsuite founder, C-51 critic Ryan Holmes tweets NDP thanks

      Hootsuite founder praises NDP's 'class' on Twitter

      Hootsuite founder and CEO Ryan Holmes was part of a group of tech and business leaders who wrote a public letter about their concerns with the Harper government's anti-terrorism legislation, bill C-51. His tweet thanking NDP Leader Tom Mulcair for writing him a thank you letter in reply is in heavy circulation on Twitter Thursday.

      Hootsuite founder and CEO Ryan Holmes was part of a group of tech and business leaders who wrote a public letter about their concerns with the Harper government's anti-terrorism legislation, bill C-51. His tweet thanking NDP Leader Tom Mulcair for writing him a thank you letter in reply is in heavy circulation on Twitter Thursday. (CBC)

       

      In politics, as in life, it's rarely a bad idea to say thank you.

      Just ask the New Democrats, who triggered a wave of Twitter-driven goodwill — and free publicity — after going out of their way to acknowledge the efforts of an outspoken critic of the government's proposed anti-terror bill.

      On Wednesday night, Hootsuite founder Ryan Holmes tweeted a picture of a letter he had just received from New Democrat Leader Tom Mulcair, with the following comment:

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      "Myself and 140+ tech leaders were called unpatriotic … then this from @NDP_HQ, class."

       

      As of Thursday morning,  Holmes' message had been retweeted 512 times.


      http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/hootsuite-founder-c-51-critic-ryan-holme...

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