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Editorial Cartoon - May 26, 2015

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Not up for this much debate?

Are Canadians patient enough — or should that read “interested” enough — to pay attention to five minor political debates in the lead up to this fall’s federal election?

If we based our comments completely on the voter turnout decline over the last few decades, making the case that Canadians are engaged in ...

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