Provincial NDP leaders dodge federal party's unpopular unity bill
Federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair isn't getting much support from his provincial counterparts for his controversial approach to national unity - and new poll may help explain why.
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#1 Feb 18, 2013
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair should be careful how he approaches the secession issue in Quebec, as he may gain a few points in Quebec...but alienate support for the NDP in ontario and the west.
#2 Feb 19, 2013
3:01 pm, Tuesday, February 19, 2013:
RE: Provincial NDP leaders dodge federal party's unpopular unity bill
..... It's very difficult to be a political leader, trying to get the maximum possible number of votes for his/her party. It's no longer possible to say something in one place and not get quoted in other places who's leaders are of different opinions. Fefderal leaders should always try to get maximum support from provincial leaders too who would be expected to help, not harm the federal cause.
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