The NDP should create a new politics rooted in a moral imperative, not in tactical maneuvering on home heating, and call for a coalition that could advance those values.
Vote for Joe Pantalone as Toronto’s mayor because great cities are built on services, not on tax cuts. Great cities are compassionate homes for their citizens, not a stock exchange for their clients.
Manitoba's municipal elections are on October 27 and Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz -- caught in a dead heat with former NDP MP Judy Wasylycia-Leis -- is making plenty of promises and accounting creatively.
I'm voting for George Smitherman on Monday, and I hope you do, too. Especially you, my beloved left-wing friends, and of course those of you who may be wondering if you will even bother to vote.
Toronto's municipal campaign has been a disappointment from a social networking point of view, with candidates not making the most of the opportunity, unlike Calgary's incoming mayor, Naheed Nenshi.
Being mayor of Toronto is a job that needs someone who can address all citizens, not just those who are rich or reflect dinosaurian values from yester-century. Only Joe Pantalone understands this.
After the recent wave of queer teen suicides due to homophobic bullying it would be a mistake for Ontario voters to trivialize the October 25 municipal election of school trustees.
With one week to go before the municipal vote comes to Toronto and elsewhere in Ontario, it is time to become engaged with the process. This advice works elsewhere in Canada, too!
As voters go to the polls in Alberta on Monday, airports, Oilers and housing are among the key issues in the capital of the province.
We need to press voter equality and proportional representations at the municipal level.