War of words: Current, previous NDP leaders spar over state of the party
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As he kicks off a high-stakes campaign to win a seat in Parliament while making the a case for why he should remain leader regardless of its outcome, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says he’s been able to turn the party around from the time Tom Mulcair was at the helm.▶ Full story on ctvnews.ca
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