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Lewis and Klein at the Toronto International Film Festival on Aug. 5, 2015 (Aaron Vincent Elkaim/CP)

Avi Lewis: You mean this isn’t how to kill the NDP?

Paul Wells: A key author of the Leap Manifesto, which divided the NDP in 2016, is now running for the party. Tensions aside, it may be a good thing.
Avi Lewis. (Photograph by Michael Klein)

Avi Lewis: Obama helped pave the way for Trump, and the same dynamic is at play here

As the NDP gets ready to pick Tom Mulcair’s successor, Lewis sees real left-wing ideas ’submerged’
Guy Caron, Charlie Angus, Jagmeet Singh, Niki Ashton

The NDP looks for a winner, mostly avoids divisive debate

When the party dumped Tom Mulcair, it seemed hungry for a sharp left turn. But the race to replace him has been more cautious

A wind farm in every kale patch! The NDP doubles down

The NDP goes back to basics as a party: caring, and being bad at math

Why Leap isn’t a manifesto for the people

A founder of the NDP’s Waffle movement on why Leap doesn’t represent the left wing

The NDP’s conscious uncoupling

The end of Tom Mulcair may turn out to be most right for the Liberal Party

The NDP’s hard left turn into an existential crisis

How the Leap Manifesto has touched off an epic fight inside the NDP
Avi Lewis

Avi Lewis on the ’ideological battle’ over the Leap Manifesto

Avi Lewis on the climate crisis, Naomi Klein, and how he didn’t mean to ‘blow up the NDP convention’
Paul Wells

The NDP, free at last to ... ?

Tom Mulcair lost his party’s support. Now what? Paul Wells on an NDP with big, defining decisions on the docket

Eleven signs that Tom Mulcair wasn’t going to survive

They didn’t chant his name, wear his button, or buy his speech. Some on-the-ground clues that the NDP would reject Mulcair