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ENG: Michael Grant Ignatieff P.C. (born May 12, 1947) is a Canadian author, academic and former politician. He was the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada and Leader of the Official Opposition from 2008 until 2011. Known for his work as a historian, Ignatieff has held senior academic posts at the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, Harvard University and the University of Toronto. While living in the United Kingdom from 1978 to 2000, Ignatieff became well known as a television and radio broadcaster and as an editorial columnist for The Observer. His documentary series Blood and Belonging: Journeys into the New Nationalism aired on BBC in 1993, and won a Canadian Gemini Award. His book of the same name, based on the series, won the Gordon Montador Award for Best ...
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Michael Ignatieff resigns after Canada poll


Michael Ignatieff, the man once hailed as the "bionic liberal", has stepped down as Canada's Liberal leader after leading the party to its worst ever election defeat. The Liberals came in a distant third in Monday night's elections with 34 seats, giving Stephen Harper's Conservatives, on 167 seats, a majority in the 308-seat House of Commons. The collapse of the Liberals, the traditional party of governance for the 20th century, has redrawn the map of Canadian politics. The leftwing New Democratic party, led by Jack Layton, nearly tripled their strength to 102 seats, emerging for the ...


Why bashing Michael Ignatieff beats talking policy


May 26, 2009 04:30 AM OTTAWA: Dinner parties and political parties have something in common: The most memorable rise above talking about people to discuss events and then explore ideas.That premise is at the centre of the continuing struggle to dominate the national conversation and set the table for yet another federal election. Conservatives want the country fuming about a "just visiting" Michael Ignatieff. Liberals, the NDP and Bloc prefer to focus attention on the recession and the government's response.So after a couple of weeks of deconstructing controversial attack ads, the partisan ...


Michael Ignatieff & People Like You


The last year and a half has included numerous opportunities to watch Michael Ignatieff in public. The most interesting moment remains a scene last fall outside a strip mall in Etobicoke, Ignatieff, then deputy leader of the Liberals, standing at the entrance of a Shopper’s Drug Mart, trying to engage voters as they attempted to go about the business of buying toilet paper, shampoo and such.I find that’s the day I come back to most, in conversation with other people, when trying to sort out who Michael Ignatieff is. I usually bring it up with all sorts of caveats about a ...


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Canada: Liberal Leader Returns to Academia
Michael Ignatieff, the Liberal Party leader who resigned Tuesday after the party’s poor performance in this week’s federal election, said Thursday he would take a position at the University of Toronto.
A Case of Mistaken Identity
OTTAWA -- Shortly before the start of Canada's current federal election campaign, which concludes on Monday, the governing Conservatives had something they believed would seriously undermine the credibility of Michael Ignatieff, leader of the Liberal Party. They came across a photograph on the Internet that showed six men wearing Santa Claus hats and American battle gear posing with weapons in front of an American military helicopter in Kuwait prior to the Iraq war. One of the men resembles...
A Case of Mistaken Identity
The Conservative Party urged the publication a photograph that could have been damaging to a Liberal Party leader, if he were the man in the picture.
Canadian Leader, Harper, Celebrates Victory
The Conservative Party’s resounding victory has the potential to reshape Canada’s political landscape, but a newly powerful Stephen Harper vowed to avoid “surprises” and radical change.



 
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