NDP without Layton
Jack Layton has announced he has another battle with cancer, and this time he will take time off as NDP leader to focus on his treatment. Only months ago his popularity helped his party become the Official Opposition. Political scientist John Courtney from the University of Saskatchewan talks about what Layton's absence will mean for the party and for the government.
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