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Beware, Blog Clique is covering the Liberal Showcase #LibClique

The Original 9

The Original 9

This Saturday, to kick off voting and finish the leadership campaign, the Liberal Party of Canada is holding its National Showcase at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.  As a reputable news source, Blog Clique will be there.  Oh and we’ll be live tweeting the crap out of this event, feel free to join in on the conversation, #LibClique.  Stay tuned for my complete cover-story of the event, due Monday.

For now, contemplate my question for the remaining candidates:

Effective leadership is not the invention of your own ideas, but the implementation of the best ideas (wherever the origin) to create the most effective policy.

The Liberal Party of Canada is not based on a concrete ideology, it is not left or right-leaning, it is by definition a pragmatic party.  This, in my opinion, is the party’s strength, as effective leadership is the aggregation of the best ideas.

With this in mind, I would like to ask the candidates what government policy (or policy proposed by the official opposition) do you most agree with and why?     

The Final 6

The Final 6

by Dylan F

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About Dylan Finlay

I studied History and Political Science at the University of Toronto. Since graduating I began writing/blogging.

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