Michael Ignatieff

Cartoon: Liberal NDP Merger Talks Spell Trouble for Ignatieff?

Find a political cartoon depicting the rumours of a merge between the Liberal Party of Canada and the New Democratic Party of Canada as being harmful to Michael Ignatieff's leadership of the Liberal Party.

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Cartoon: Layton and Ignatieff Disagree on Leadership of a Coalition Government

Find a political cartoon depicting New Democratic Party leader, Jack Layton and Liberal Party of Canada leader, Michael Ignatieff disagreeing on who would become the leader in a governing Liberal / NDP coalition.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff's Dwindling Polling Numbers - No End in Sight

Find a political cartoon depicting Liberal Party of Canada Michael Ignatieff's dwindling opinion polling numbers.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff's Claim to the Leadership of the Liberal Party

Find a political cartoon depicting Michael Ignatieff as laying claim to the Liberal Party of Canada.

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Cartoon: The Olympics Are Over and Now the Politicians Get Back to Work

Find a political cartoon depicting the Olympics being over, and the politicians getting back to work.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff and National Day Care - Old Promises, Old Ideas

Find a political carton depicting Liberal Party of Canada Leader, Michael Ignatieff, proposing the policy of a National Day Care in Canada.

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Cartoon: Liberal Leader Ignatieff Unprepared for Harper's Misstep over Prorogation

Find a political cartoon depicting Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff being unprepared for the political opportunity created by Prime Minister Harper's misstep over prorogation.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff and the Liberal Party Attack Ads against Harper

Find a political cartoon depicting Michael Ignatieff encouraging his "monkey's" to make sure the attack ads stick on Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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Cartoon: Proroguing and the Popularity Liberal Party Leader Ignatieff

Find a political cartoon depicting the poor performance of Liberal Party Leader Michael Ignatieff improving after Prime Minister Harper's recent proroguing of Parliament of Canada.

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Cartoon: Battle of the Politicians - Undemocratic vs Underwhelming

Find a political cartoon depicting a real battle between the undemocratic leader of Canada vs the underwhelming opposition leaders of Canadian political parties.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff Keeps Digging a Deeper Hole for Himself

Find a political cartoon depicting Michael Ignatieff as digging a deeper and deeper hole for himself and the Liberal Party of Canada in the national public opinion polls.

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Cartoon: Ignatieff Finally Finds a Good Election Issue - Logo-Gate

Liberal Party of Canada leader, Micheal Ignatieff finally finds an election issue, a Conservative member of Parliament has placed the Conservative Party logo on an over-sized, novelty cheque the government uses to help promote its economic stimulus package.

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Cartoon: Suddenly Ignatieff Does Not Want a Federal Election in Canada

Find a political cartoon depicting Liberal Party of Canada leader, Michael Ignatieff as not wanting a federal election - due to low polling numbers for the Liberals - while Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the leader of Conservative Party of Canada encourages an election.

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Cartoon: Prime Minister Harper Sings While the Liberals Fight

Find a political cartoon depicting Prime Minister Stephen Harper singing all the while Liberal Party of Canada leader, Michael Ignatieff and Liberal member of Parliament, Denis Coderre, fight amongst themselves.

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Does the Liberal Party Have to Lose in Order to Win?

By Greg Farries on Oct 5, 2009

The Hill Times recently published an interesting editorial, very similar incidentally to a posting her at MLW by Harold Jansen, titled, Ignatieff’s committing political euthanasia - If a party has to commit political suicide to defend its credibility, it means there’s not much of it left in the party. In the article Andelo Persichilla comments:

I see two major problems afflicting the Liberals.

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