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Feb 27, 2018
Photo: James Laxer/Twitter

Mel Watkins writes on the passing of James Laxer

Mel Watkins
We met in mid-1969 at a small gathering in Toronto of NDP members. The bond we formed in the time of the Waffle was a defining moment of my life politically, and one of its great joys, personally.
Blog
Feb 27, 2018
Jim Laxer. Photo: James Laxer/Twitter

Mel Watkins: Reflections on Jim Laxer

Mel Watkins
We met in mid-1969 at a small gathering in Toronto of NDP members. The bond we formed in the time of the Waffle was a defining moment of my life politically, and one of its great joys, personally.
Photos
Feb 26, 2018
Photo: www.theleftchapter.blogspot.ca

James Laxer: 1941-2018

Michael Laxer
Co-founder of the Waffle, academic, writer and politician, Laxer died on February 23 in Paris. He is remembered here by his son, Michael.
Blog
Jan 6, 2010

Remembering Harper while he's in hiding

Eric Mang
Harper is taking a two-month vacation. Here are a few tips to help Canadians remember why their Prime Minister went into hiding.
Event

Unpacking 'The Crash' ... Where do we go from here?

May 4, 2010 to May 5, 2010
Red Deer Public Library
4818 49 Street Snell Auditorium
Red Deer
Canada
52° 16' 5.0124" N, 113° 48' 34.1604" W
CA
An evening with James Laxer, one of Canada's best-known progressive political commentators, as he talks about moving forward in a new economic and political landscape.
Event

Unpacking 'The Crash' ... What's next for the Canadian economy?

May 3, 2010 to May 4, 2010
Arusha Centre
223 - 12 Ave. SW The Old Y Common Room
Calgary
Canada
51° 2' 29.3568" N, 114° 3' 58.6656" W
CA
An evening with James Laxer, one of Canada's best-known progressive political commentators, as he talks about moving forward in a new economic and political landscape.
Event

Unpacking 'The Crash' ... Where do we go from here?

May 5, 2010 to May 6, 2010
School of Business Building, Room 1-5
University of Alberta
T6G2R6 Edmonton
Canada
53° 31' 42.8448" N, 113° 31' 21.9864" W
CA
An evening with James Laxer, one of Canada's best-known progressive political commentators, as he talks about moving forward in a new economic and political landscape.
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