New Democrats across Canada are talking to their neighbours about good jobs

Follow along for a behind-the-scenes look at the canvases in Toronto.

Governments must put people at the heart of their decisions

On April 22, NDP President Marit Stiles updated Ontario NDP convention delegates on the great work at the federal level since the 2016 Edmonton Convention.

New Democrats urge government to stand up for Canadian jobs

Canadian softwood producers could be faced with unfair duties that threaten mill closures and could harm communities across the country.

The Inbox

Electoral reform is a big issue right now – how can we ensure every vote is counted equally, no matter who you vote for?


In the last two elections, our outdated voting system allowed a party to win 100% of the power with just 39% of the vote. As a result, millions of votes effectively didn’t count and too many Canadian voices aren’t heard in Ottawa. We talked to tens of thousands of Canadians over the summer and you told us you want a proportional voting system that reflects how Canadians actually voted. It’s pretty simple: if a party gets 39% of the vote, they should get 39% of the seats in our Parliament.