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Canada's Conservative party, working hard to fix elections since 2006

Canada's Conservative party, working hard to fix elections since 2006

10 - 13 - The presenter of CTV National News, Lisa LaFlamme, interviews Tom Mulcair about the 2015 election campaign and what he might do in a minority government situation.

10 - 13 - The presenter of CTV National News, Lisa LaFlamme, interviews Tom Mulcair about the 2015 election campaign and what he might do in a minority government situation.

Oct 9 - During a campaign stop in Montreal, Quebec on October 9, Tom Mulcair points out that Stephen Harper has been "playing the race card" throughout the 2015 election campaign.

Oct 9 - During a campaign stop in Montreal, Quebec on October Tom Mulcair points out that Stephen Harper has been "playing the race card" throughout the 2015 election campaign.

Tom Mulcair's final 2015 Rally for Change in Toronto, Ontario

Tom Mulcair's final 2015 Rally for Change in Toronto, Ontario

August 27 - Tom Mulcair has over 35 years of political experience, but does he really know his stuff?  ET Canada host Roz Weston takes the NDP leader to task on an issue having nothing to do with the election campaign.

August 27 - Tom Mulcair has over 35 years of political experience, but does he really know his stuff? ET Canada host Roz Weston takes the NDP leader to task on an issue having nothing to do with the election campaign.

Canada's 2015 Election Explained: What You Need to Know

Canada's federal election is coming up on October Here are some basic facts to help you understand what is going on.

Click enlarged image to watch Tom Mulcair Concession Speech - 19 Oct 2015 NDP Election Defeat

Tom Mulcair gives his final rally in Edmonton prior to the 2015 federal election. He is introduced by Alberta's Premier Rachel Notley, who is introduced by NDP candidates Janis Irwin (Edmonton-Greisbach) and Gil McGowan (Edmonton-Centre). October 16, 2015 at the Shaw Conference Centre.

Tom Mulcair, leader of the federal New Democrats (NDP), gives his final rally in Edmonton prior to the 2015 federal election. He is introduced by Alberta's P.

10 - 18 - Tom Mulcair addresses supporters in Montreal at his final rally of the 78-day federal election campaign.

10 - 18 - Tom Mulcair addresses supporters in Montreal at his final rally of the federal election campaign.

Tom Mulcair's plan: lifting two hundred-thousand seniors out of poverty!!

Tom Mulcair's plan: lifting two hundred-thousand seniors out of poverty!

Tom Mulcair campaigns at Jim Hughes' Campaign Office in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-Westmount. Mr. Mulcair talks about the NDP's strategy about poverty among seniors and families with young children.In Montreal, Quebec, on Friday August 28, 2015.

August 2015 - Tom Mulcair at Jim Hughes' campaign office in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce-Westmount. Mulcair talks about the NDP's strategy to fight poverty among seniors and families with young children.

10 - 9 - Click enlarged image to view clip - Tom Mulcair announces the NDP Party's release of its full policy platform for the 2015 election.

Tom Mulcair returns to Montreal

Tom Mulcair returns to Montreal

8 - 25 - At a campaign stop in Dundas, Ontario, Tom Mulcair addresses questions about market instability and balanced budgets.  Mulcair states that he does not foresee an NDP government going into deficit to achieve its election promises.  Having a more balanced, diversified economy is one step in that goal, whereas Stephen Harper has "failed across the board in terms of public administration and financing."

Tom Mulcair on market instability and balanced budgets

10 - 7 - Enoch, Alberta - Click enlarged image to view clip - Amid all the heavy scripting of the campaign, today brought a rare moment of realism, as NDP Leader Tom Mulcair's handlers were forced to cede control of the moment and let what would happen, happen.

After prayer, smudging ceremony, Mulcair says he is 'locked in' to First Nations promises

Amid all the heavy scripting of the campaign, today brought a rare moment of realism, as NDP Leader Tom Mulcair's handlers were forced to cede control of the moment and let what would happen, happen.

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