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ENG: Robert Keith "Bob" Rae, PC, OC, OOnt, QC, MP (born August 2, 1948) is a Canadian politician. He is the Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre and interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. Rae was a New Democratic Party (NDP) Member of Parliament from 1978 to 1982. Then he moved to provincial politics, becoming leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party from February 7, 1982 to June 22, 1996. He served as the 21st Premier of Ontario from October 1, 1990 to June 26, 1995, and was the first person to have led a provincial NDP government east of Manitoba. While in office, he brought forward a number of initiatives that were unpopular with many traditional NDP supporters, such as the Social Contract. Rae's subsequent disagreement with the leftward direction of the NDP led him to ...
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A future with Rae

Bob Rae was given the nickname "Bob the Rebuilder" when he became interim Liberal leader after the worst election loss in the party's history. He has lived up to those expectations, demonstrating that there is life after Michael Ignatieff for the decimated Liberal party. He outshines the other interim leader in the Commons, the NDP's Nycole Turmel. In a speech Wednesday at the Economic Club of Canada, Rae began to flesh out his vision of the future of the Liberal party. Rae defines it as the party of the middle class, which has been a casualty, he says, of ideological politics. It is a ...

Bob Rae craves Liberal top job ‎

OTTAWA -- Bob Rae won't say whether he wants to be prime minister. But he does want that, with every fibre of his being. And here's the curious magic that charisma, gravitas and a dash of hubris can effect: Listening to Rae speak, it's hard not to believe, at least for a while, that he might pull it off. Certainly he thinks he can. The pat responses about heeding party rules calling for him to stand aside in 2013? Let's quietly set those aside. Rae is crafting a come-from-behind run for the country's top job. And he's going about it in clever, methodical fashion. On the face of it, Rae's ...

Liberal Bob Rae makes impact on Carleton students ‎

EMC News - What's next for the federal Liberal Party? That's what students at Carleton University discovered when they attended a special political discussion Nov. 2 featuring interim Liberal leader Bob Rae.Rae was on hand to discuss what went down during last spring's federal election and also spoke about the Liberal convention scheduled for January 2012.Walking around and shaking hands with the 30-plus students in attendance, Rae thanked each of them for supporting the Liberal Party. He then took centre stage and began his speech, which addressed the defeat his party suffered back in ...

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Review: Bob Rae's What's Happened to Politics? is a useful and important new book - The Globe and Mail
The Globe and MailReview: Bob Rae's What's Happened to Politics? is a useful and important new bookThe Globe and MailI bring them up only because those conversations are extremely relevant to Rae's book, particularly his concerns about the disengagement of Canadians from politics. One of his central points is about the permanent campaign – how political parties, led ...
Bob Rae asks the question and Daniel Bell answers it - Hill Times (subscription)
Hill Times (subscription)Bob Rae asks the question and Daniel Bell answers itHill Times (subscription)In his recent book, What's Happened to Politics?, former Liberal leader Bob Rae asks a good question. Not surprisingly he lays blame for our political malaise on the Harper government, citing ideological-based policy-making, regressive environmental ...
Trudeau's deficit spending plan more realistic: Bob Rae - MetroNews Canada
MetroNews CanadaTrudeau's deficit spending plan more realistic: Bob RaeMetroNews Canada“I think Mr. Trudeau is simply being honest,” said Rae, a former NDP premier of Ontario. “To what you're going to be able to do in two years' time when you don't have any clue as to what the world economy's going to be doing, and you can't predict ...History suggests Mulcair will run a deficitToronto SunNational Post View: Mulcair's not-so-socialist pastNational PostJustin Trudeau's Liberals attempt risky rebrandingToronto Starall 543 news articles »
Bob Rae's silver anniversary as premier - The Kingston Whig-Standard
The Kingston Whig-StandardBob Rae's silver anniversary as premierThe Kingston Whig-StandardFormer Canadian politician Bob Rae giving an address at the 124th anniversary of Sir John A. Macdonald's death at Cataraqui Cemetery in Kingston, Ont. on Saturday June 6, 2015. Steph Crosier/Kingston Whig-Standard/Postmedia Network ...

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