NDP members are set to choose Jack Layton's successor next Saturday.
Throughout the campaign, The House has been introducing you to the candidates vying to become leader of the New Democratic Party.
In the first of a series of interviews with leadership contenders, Evan Solomon talks to former party president Brian Topp.
In the second in a series of interviews in our coverage of the race to
replace Jack Layton, Evan Solomon talks to Parkadal-High Park MP Peggy Nash.
His opponents have criticized his lack of fluency in French. But how does Paul Dewar define his candidacy for the leadership of the NDP? Listen to his conversation with Evan Solomon right here:
Nathan Cullen put forward one of the most controversial ideas of the NDP leadership race. He's suggestion the party hold joint nomination meetings with the Liberals and the Greens. His fellow candidates have attacked the concept, but Cullen says politicians should not be afraid of exploring new ideas.
Among the NDP leadership contenders is one who -- without question -- deserves the title of "outsider". Unlike his opponents, Martin Singh is not an MP... he's not a past party president... And despite very long odds, he promises to stay in the race until the very end. The CBC's Stephen Puddicombe met Martin Singh and prepared this report.
She describes herself as a member of the Jack Layton generation. And at 29 years old, Niki Ashton is the youngest candidate in the race to replace her mentor. The CBC's Susan Lunn had a chance to sit down with her.