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The President and the Treasurer of the New Democratic Party (NDP) since 2011.
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ENG: Rebecca Blaikie (born January 1, 1978 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian politician currently serving as the President of the New Democratic Party (NDP). She is the daughter of Bill Blaikie, a former NDP Member of Parliament from Winnipeg, Deputy Leader of the party, and provincial cabinet minister. She has a degree in Canadian social history from the University of Winnipeg. Candidate for the New Democratic Party Blaikie was a candidate for the NDP in the 2004 Canadian federal election in then-Prime Minister Paul Martin's electoral district of LaSalle—Émard in Montreal, Quebec.She received 4.97% of the vote share, and was not elected. She did however receive a large amount of press coverage. As executive director of the party's Quebec wing, she was one of ...
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